I will try and make this as concise as possible without rambling. When I got married over 6 years ago, I would have considered myself believing in a supreme being but not the God of the Bible. Since then, I had been drawn closer and closer to the biblical God and eventually accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior on Easter of 2013. My wife however, is a non-believer and although I can say that she will ‘never’ believe, I’ll leave it as ‘highly unlikely’. As my spiritual growth and love for God increases, my worldly concerns and the need to fit into what society dictates dramatically decreases; this is not the same for my wife. For her, as society evolves their views as to what is considered the ‘norm’, her views follow suit which is difficult for me to watch. She had a bad experience with the church when she was very young and currently thinks all religions are ridiculous. I’m not even sure she respects my beliefs because it’s difficult to even start a conversation, for example the Bible, without her reverting to “the Bible, Gods word written in a random book, by a random bunch of men, based on their own belief system”. It is indeed troublesome and difficult sometimes, especially talking about homosexuality including gay marriage, abortion among other hot button issues. Is there anyone else that was married as a non-believer to a non-believing spouse and now one of them is a Christian while the other remains a non-believer? I think what we (my wife and I) need to do is talk about how my worldly and societal views have changed since becoming a Christian and go from there. Thoughts?