I am asking because for most of my life, I have always heard that but even the Christian girls in my private school were still more interested in the less then godly guys. Moreover, throughout my dating life I have only heard two women enthusiastically mention my faith as a selling point. So... what gives? I am asking because for most of my life, I have always heard that but even the Christian girls in my private school were still more interested in the less then godly guys. Moreover, throughout my dating life till present I have only heard two women mention my faith as a selling point. So... what gives? Also, spare me all the nice guy/friendzone nonsense as that is an endless rabbit hole debate.
Most Helpful Girl
while i don't actively seek out a partner who's religious (i'm agnostic), i am dating- and will, one day, be married to- a christian. he has his beliefs, and i have mine, but we respect each other.
i'm sure there are people who do actively seek out religious partners, whether for their beliefs themselves or simply because they admire the conviction associated therewith. have you tried meeting people outside of your immediate social circle, or online dating (sites like christianmingle cater specifically to religious folks).0
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They want a Christian guy but that is more like a necessary requirement. Most women won't look into if he is just a pew filler on Sunday or if he helps out in a ministry. It is really quite sad that they don't put being a good christian as a higher preference or requirement.
It is vary rare to find a woman who wants to know that your more than just a christian. The woman in my young adult group just chatted amoungst themselves and noticed that even though they wanted a good Christian guy. They often did not ask any further than if he was a Christian. So they decided that they would make it a higher priority to learn about what kind of Christian he was.
I also get what your saying not to many women even care beyond if you two share a religion together.0