Myth #1: "God has one woman picked out for you to marry.
You are destined to be with her, and God will guide you to her." Good luck finding this one in the Bible.
You are correct that they are a minority and, I believe, always will be.
That is true, there are non-denominational christians and ofcourse the orthodox. However Catholicism is a branch of christianity and was really there before the other branches began. but it's not written to mean only hang out with Christians, it means don't let people in your life steer you off the right path.
As Lisa Cotter explains in her blog about “evangedating,” “sometimes God uses human love and attraction to bring people closer to Him.” Check out her article to read about scenarios where dating a non-Christian could be where God is (or isn’t) leading you.there's a verse in the bible which says ' Do not be yoked to a non believer' back in the day with there donkeys or horses that would pull there carriages they would put this thing over them to join them together so that they would pull the carriage in the same direction. only have those who will help you do what is right. Yes you can be a Christian and date a catholic, you can even be a Christian and date a non Christian..just so long as whoever you're dating you don't put them before your relationship with God. Dating someone of a different religion, or in this case the same religion but a different strain of it, only causes problems if the couple allows it or their really religious families get involved.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?