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I would have the faith that that person would come to Christ but peace if they didn't.' In total, 2,520 people answered the question: Could there be any circumstances in which you would marry a non-Christian?Of these, 436 provided additional comments, which we read.

I can only assume that God has something better planned.''Yes, I have been in a relationship with a non-Christian that was a friend for a couple years then all of a sudden we ended up realising how much we were smitten with each other and the magnetism is beyond powerful.With the gender imbalance, some look to marrying non-Christians in order to have love and family.They point out that character is more important and that there is no guarantee of good relationships just because of marrying a Christian.Yet, we could have had kids and made a GO of LIFE.''It depends exactly on the definition of 'Christian'.I would probably want to marry somebody who has an outlook in which every individual is valued, and where goodness, fairness and honesty are prized as things to be encouraged, and where ambition and self-interest are never put above anything that is wrong.The best relationship I have ever had was with a non-Christian, but I ended it for the above reasons and am still not sure I did the right thing.''I broke up with someone because they were not a Christian, but now I wonder if in the future I would make the same choice.

I always felt strongly that I wanted to be with a Christian but as time goes on I am more open to other ideas...''I LOVED a non-Christian, I was told if I were to marry him, my dear mentor would stand up for me in the church and resist the wedding. But at the same time I want and still hold out for a CHRISTIAN MAN.

The church needs to teach men how to be real men and real biblical teaching about what it means to be a follower of Christ.

To teach them how to love women and to stay away from the evils of this world.''I was taught that it is wrong to marry a non-Christian and I would find it hard to marry someone who I wouldn't be able to talk about their and my faith. However I have heard of people who have married non-Christians and their partners have become Christians and one friend of mine has a husband who is more supportive about her faith than many of my Christian friends' Christian husbands are.''I do believe in the concept of flirt to convert!

There was NO SUPPORT or understanding for the LOVE I felt, or support for praying him in/getting alongside him/or just accepting him as he was.

My chance to have kids has now left me, and LIFE is SLIPPING BY.

In particular there is real pain in living with the decision not to marry rather than marry a non-Christian that results in them not having children.