Dating a felon comes with a great deal of challenges. Though the assumption here is that the felon has served his time for whatever crime he was convicted of and is no longer a threat to society, the problem comes with the stigma attached to being with a convict. Your partner will never be able to escape the title of felon and for some couples this can prove too much. There will be a lot of stress placed on your relationship because of that label. You will be judged and your partner will be judged. It can prevent him from getting a job or renting an apartment, and that can really damage a relationship.
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Often Christians are in a church with an uneven number of single Christian guys and girls. This probably made them feel guilty or feel bad. But they want to be in a relationship and there is nothing wrong with that. Often they get told they should only go out with a Christian. I know Christians who both love God, who have dated but it has ended badly or been a complete train wreck. Honouring God requires a deeper question.
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