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), sent to Jewish day school as a child, raised Conservative, and while I'm unsure about my personal beliefs, my identity as a Jew has always and will always be super important to me.
I've been to weddings my father officiated, listened to him explain how stamping on the glass is a reminder not only of the destruction of the temple but of the constant work we need to do in a marriage, and even sang Sunrise, Sunset in the chorus of my own temple's Fiddler on the Roof production.
If it were me, I'd move on and find someone with a more compatible philosophy. Yeah, much easier for him to convert to atheism than the other way around.
Save yourself the heartache, and stick to open-minded potential partners.
The problem dating someone very religious is all the surprises that suddenly get thrown your way after you are deeply invested in the relationship.
You're with someone for 2 years and all of a sudden they reveal that the two of you can't do XYZ, EVER, because of his religion.
Relationships that don't mesh when it comes to religion can be very tricky, doable, but tricky.Tip: Sign In to save these choices and avoid repeating this across devices.You can always update your preferences in the Privacy Centre.Then he said yeah, I probably would be, and that he doesn't think he could be in a relationship with someone not Christian.Now I don't know the first thing about Christianity - maybe I would convert if we were to date exclusively, I don't know, because the things he's told me are believable, (I guess) but I really don't know what being a Christian entails and i'm not about to change what I currently believe just in order to be with someone. I'm also an atheist, and I can't really see myself dating a Christian.