Jesus said so: "Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3).When a Catholic says that he has been "born again," he refers to the transformation that God’s grace accomplished in him during baptism.If a Catholic insists on marriage to a non-Catholic, the Church allows it, but wants to protect the soul of the Catholic in the marriage by making sure the non-Catholic understands the moral teaching and obligations of the Catholic party and assure that the Catholic is not in a position hostile to his or her faith. In the above example the two people are baptized Christians of different confessions (or denominations), but a non-baptized person is not a part of the Christian family.When it involves someone who has not been baptized then the marriage requires an express dispensation from the bishop in order for the union to be considered valid.
Being a born again Christian who has lived a part of your life in a way that you now consider to be wrong is akin to recovering from alcoholism or getting a divorce and remarrying in a way; it's for the best but it's not always incredibly easy.Or, how do you know, husband, whether you will save your wife? If two people have found each other, fallen in love, and are taking good care of each other, then let them be.If Paul was okay with Christians being married to non-Christians, perhaps you could find your way to lightening up on the matter. Let their relationship grow into whatever it might.Dating as a born again Christian can present you with unique opportunities and challenges which will take some careful consideration to wade through in order to come out on top.The first thing all born again Christians must look at before moving forth into the dating world is their past.Im a catholic woman and my man is born again christian.