Home - Answers. Question : I am an evangelical Christian and I have been dating a wonderful man who is a devout Catholic. We are concerned that we will not fully agree on important things if we consider marriage. What do you think, is right or wrong if a Catholic and a Christian were to marry?
This was one of the first statements I heard from the group of four Christian men I interviewed — and we'll just call them Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. They all attend Bel-Air Presbyterian Church, and range in age from 28 to 40 years old. In addition, they are all currently single, and their words formed a striking correlation with what I heard from the single, Christian men in New York City: They're all interested in finding someone to spend their lives with, but not particularly keen on finding her at church. I've been attending Christian churches for a substantial chunk of my life, and it stands to reason that I've often thought I might meet my future husband there. It would be easier than meeting him at a bar, or a gym, or my workplace, wouldn't it? At least at church I can presume that the men I'm surrounded by share my faith, and that we have similar beliefs and values in common.
Evangelicals share something in common with every other branch of conservative Christianity. Yet most self-identified Evangelicals 1 engage in premarital sex. And doing so has become increasingly morally acceptable among them, regardless of what their churches teach.
Field is a writer, seminarian and ex-fundamentalist Christian who attended several Independent Fundamental Baptist churches in Florida and other parts of the South as a child. Evangelical Protestants, the largest Christian religious group in the U. Five women have accused Moore of pursuing them sexually when he was in his 30s and they were teens. He turned to Scripture to justify his reasoning.