I shared the faith yes - and for the other reason.
But it amazing how many really gorgeous Christian girls can't get a man. Not because there's anything wrong with them, but because of the church population.
1, Because while there may be the same numbers of male and female Christians, it's the girls that are more into church. And because of this the church is getting more girly, which is further alienating men. It's a huge problem for the church right now.
2, The blokes who do go to church are sappy gits who are more than likely to be rubbish in bed. (So quite a few Christian girls have told me)
I had a couple of girly friends who were big church goers, but I know they didn't put out (sorry, that makes me sound terrible, but hey ho), so I'm surprised that they'd find out that these guys are rubbish in bed. They were strictly no sex before marriage girls.
I'd actually really like to meet someone that was into their faith, particularly someone who had strong morals, but I'd worry that they'd pressure me into it or that they wouldn't be open minded enough to even consider me if I didn't conform. I mean I am Christian, but I don't practice and I don't know whether I believe in God, but I'd never say either way whether he did or didn't exist. I sway more towards "he does" but in a "he's an all powerful 'alien' that created all we know" rather than the Adam and Eve sense. That didn't make much sense, but my point is it almost feels as though religion can be a full stop before anything has even begun.
This thread got serious.