Luckily since I am the women and I'm Christian, my children will never be Jewish unless they convert. We have had small arguments and we can't seem to feel comfortable. My family loves him but they don't want me to marry a non-Christian.
We take our faith seriously and he takes his "label" seriously.
Keep the date just right – First dates should be about 90 to 120 minutes.
Do not go into the date assuming that you will meet again, but its does get over the awkwardness of meeting a stranger.
There is no such thing as a cookie-cutter dating tip; the best dating advice can depend on a person’s background.
Jewish singles, for instance, has a slightly different dating culture than others (and that can also be said on singles of other ethnicities and religions).
I'm a practicing Christian who started dating a Jewish guy, and suddenly things got serious.
It has been two years and now we are thinking of getting married in the future.
But we feel like all details must be discussed before hand so there will not be problems in the future that could seriously disturb the marriage. He is not into the religion aspect but he would love to have his kids be "Jewish".He wants them to go to Jewish school until they have completed their bar/bat mitzvah.He wants to celebrate all holidays, which I agreed to; he also doesn't want me to bring them to church more than once or twice a month because he never goes to synagogues.The guys should call – In a society that has become accustomed to short communication like in text messages, a more formal and polite invitation is still the way to go.The guy should call his date by telephone or in person, introduce himself, and arrange a time and meeting place for their date.