The Bible's counsel in regards to marriage is that one is only look for a person to marry who is "in the Lord", or within the same congregation of believers and worshipers of Jehovah God.I know your question is about dating, but in God's viewpoint, dating is not something that is merely a recreational activity (as the world in general today seems to make it out to be), but it is part of the process of individuals looking to get married.God expects his congregation to be clean, and for his people to be obedient to him.Punishment in one form or another may be warranted upon someone who chooses to go against Bible counsel.Once upon a time, women who have survived cancer will tell you, the fact that you’d been through the horror of a diagnosis and surgery was not public information—not at work and certainly not on a first date.Flash forward to 2016 and, experts say, there’s a very different attitude.
For the first time, this monograph tries to reinterpret Bhartrhari's position - 'as a philosopher', emphasizing the high relevance of his Vakyapadiya to modern Western thought.
If someone begins to date a person who is not a fellow worshiper of Jehovah, then they are in clear violation of Christian principles.
These principles include 1 Corinthians - "Do not be misled.
Bad associations spoil useful habits." And it also includes 2 Corinthians - "Do not become unevenly yoked with unbelievers." The counsel in the Bible in these verses is directly applicable to situations of dating and marriage, in addition to regularly being careful of those we choose to associate with.
A great number of problems can be avoided by individuals if they look to marry a member of the same faith.