My fiancé and I have dated for over two years, and in the last few months, we have experienced a crescendo of arguments, stemming from her insecurities, that has caused her to reconsider our relationship. Although she is twenty-six, she holds a quixotic outlook on life instilled mostly by the saccharine stories of celebrated Christian couples, such as Heather Lindsey and her husband Cornelius. Since the day we started our relationship until today, I have told her that I love her for who she is. She also did, until not long ago when she expressed to me that she is "afraid" that I will not be a spiritual person, that she is "unhappy" about our differences, and that she "needs" a man like Cornelius—earlier she had read Heather laud her husband for his godliness and service. When she expressed to me that she needs a man to care for her spiritual life and needs, I acknowledged it and told her that I would do more than what I already do for her, and she immediately chastised me for it on the grounds that I should not do it to please her. Being a pragmatic guy, I am confused and need someone to advice me on how to deal with my fiancé; I love her with all my heart and am deeply wounded by her unhappiness.