If she had to choose one issue to dedicate her life to, it would be gender equality. Their values and the values of popular western culture are wildly disparate, which can be tough for them to navigate early in life. Sounds like classic "flirt to convert. If things get even more serious, try getting her to sign a pre-nup that neither she, nor her family will try to convert you. Unfortunately I've been sort of seeing a girl who is basically a real deal Mormon. But, if ever were there were a time to be overly cautious it's with this topic. She is a returned missionary, and won't Marry you if you want to stay atheist.
We are indeed in two different places. See, I am a SAHM and my husband has just gotten accepted into a 4 year pediatrics residency program this year. So if you feel like you both are getting serious, then talk to your girlfriend in time and sort this issue out. Honestly, I don't have very good advice, but keep being you and hopefully she won't let her religion blind her like it blinded me. Do you see yourself marrying this person if marriage is something you are interested in for the future. He says that I should be happy that he is giving me all the comforts of life. I would go ahead and make boundaries with the conversation about kids and church, if that is your preference.
The Book of Abraham one admits it's not a translation. Your email address will not be published. Work on myself, not him. So I feel like we have to wait yet another year just for the daunting part of it to start. He is in a way to become a Ex mormon. In the end people have to make their own decisions. Unconditional love, excellent communication, and unwavering support. An interfaith marriage can be done well or disastrously, or even only being made up as you go. The fact that she is dating an atheist non-Mormon shows pretty serious lack of conformity already. Breaking up with someone solely because of religion is something people condemn alot on this sub when its a Mormon breaking it off with a non Mormon, but if floats both ways.
It's been really helpful already. Did you ask him to drop you off and he refused, or were you hoping he'd think of it himself. Spending a lifetime single is not something most people would choose to do, but fear of being forever single should never be a deciding factor in entering a marriage, lest serious problems go unaddressed before serious commitments are made. I'm the kind of person that believes that it is just tacky in general to break up or end things via text, but that was my only option. When you make the best choice for you, blessings will follow. Ultimately we broke up.