But I reject the belief that it's not okay to marry him.
" Not because I need to submit my personal life for judgment and approval by other Christians- of course I don't need to do that.
Doesn't matter what kind of wacky ideas she has to justify her sin.
Yeah, if you're one of those people, it's not my responsibility to prove myself to you. The reason my guy is not a Christian has absolutely nothing to do with him being "in rebellion against God" or such things. He just doesn't believe in Jesus because, you know, he believes other stuff. It's not because he secretly knows God exists and doesn't want to follow him. (Related: I don't believe in hell because I don't think God is going to punish people just because they hold factually incorrect views.) And obviously I disagree with my boyfriend about religion stuff- I think he's wrong, but not "wrong" in the sense of being immoral. My boyfriend is pretty great and cares about me a lot and cares about people in general.
Not because I was "led astray" or whatever.) My goal is not exactly to convince people.
"The rules" say don't be unequally yoked, so maybe there are some of you who just KNOW this is BAD, and that Perfect Number is ignoring the clear teaching of Scripture and just following what she feels, like she's in a Disney movie or something.