This is the last thing that she told me: I need a servant of God, a man fully submerged in the ministry. I cannot be with someone with whom I cannot share the same priorities in God. God is not a tool you use in order to keep a girl in your life. She said number one because she believes that I am not a "true Christian" due to my liberal/deist/naturalistic outlooks on many things, like the scientific age of the earth. Those minutiae aside, I reassured her countless times that I love God with all of my heart, all the way up to the very last day. She said number two because I am pursuing a doctorate in mathematics, not a career in the church/ministry (like a pastor), and she is an "up and coming Christian singer." She has hundreds of followers and just published her first single. I believe that she changed in the last few months because she had known since the beginning of our relationship that I love physics, philosophy, math and such disciplines. She said number three, again, because she believes that I am not a "true Christian" due to my liberal/deist/naturalistic outlooks, or whatever you want to call them and that I was just pretending to love God. I like to define myself as having my feet planted on the ground, abiding mostly by reason rather than superstition. However, paradoxically, faith is my number one defining characteristic. I am confused and tragically heartbroken to see my gorgeous go. I still love her like my fiancée and future wife. I told her and she knew that I could compromise and work out countless things for her, but she could unfortunately not. I need a pat on the back, guys, please. I doubt that I will ever be able to love someone else like I loved my sweetheart of three-years.