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Approach your dating with Muslim men as you would with any other man – judge him on his own merits and keep an open mind.Muslim Values in a Relationship Most Muslims take dating highly seriously and are looking for straight forward women of substance.Depending on how devout the man is, there are also many things to consider practically and there might be some sacrifices that you are not prepared to make.All this should be discussed with your partner before the relationship progresses past a certain point.To many Western women this could be seen as hypocrisy and it is something that many will not be comfortable with.Fortunately the majority of modern Muslims living in the West will opt to settle for just one, but again this is something that you will definitely need to discuss before dating you Muslim man.Another important point though is that while Muslims are allowed to date non-Muslims, they are told to date ‘women of the book’ meaning Christians or Jews.It is expected for there to be a shared belief in a single God, though this will depend again on the personal discretion of the man.
She was held up as the antithesis to Christian womanhood.Sometimes this will result in the children being sent to Islamic countries possibly not to return.In the West it is rare for the woman to be required to wear the Hijab (head covering) yet it is still generally considered to be the man’s ‘right’ to request that you do.On September 28-29, 2018 in San Diego, CA Faith Trust Institute and In Faith Community Foundation are offering a groundbreaking training to infuse faith communities with the tools and knowledge they need to address domestic violence, child abuse and other forms of relationship violence. It is designed for those persons designated by their judicatory or organization to train clergy and spiritual teachers about healthy boundaries. As the #Me Too/#Church Too movement continues to echo through faith communities, there is news from the Southern Baptist Convention. Since 2008, Faith Trust generously has posted on its website a continuing document I compile, Annotated Bibliography of Clergy Sexual Abuse and Sexual Boundary Violations in Religious Communities.
"Safe and Healthy Churches: Ending Family Violence" Training focuses on educating a team within each church community, to create a core leadership with a shared mission of preventing violence, supporting victims, and holding perpetrators accountable. Southern Baptist leaders over the years have not only ignored sexual and domestic violence suffered by its members but many have actively excused and rationalized men’s violence towards women often with erroneous biblical proof texting. Intended to be extensive and broad, the bibliography, as of the semi-annual update of May 1, 2018, is now 1,660 pages. This course will equip trainers to teach Healthy Boundaries 101 & 201.From the new entries in this 32nd update, the following are notable themes in the literature which deserve attention... How many of you remember learning about Bathsheba in Sunday School or Bible class?This might sound highly bleak for many Western women and be highly off putting.