We disagreed on issues such as homosexuality—Duncan believed that some people are born to be gay and should be given the free will to love.Duncan also did not want kids—he saw them as a burden, while I saw them as a gift from God.If you are going through a similar journey, I hope this will encourage you to place your hope and trust in God’s promise in your life.
I knew that Duncan was not a believer but I couldn’t care less.
Often Christians are in a church with an uneven number of single Christian guys and girls.
They want to be in a relationship, or already like a non-Christian, and wonder if it’s wise to date them.
He was physically present in church, but was not present emotionally and spiritually.
He struggled to understand the faith and his disbelief led him to constantly challenge the existence and sovereignty of God. The breaking point came for me when Duncan declared that I should learn to accept him for who he is: a non-believer.