First off, your GF has another love, above you, which will be God/Jesus.ththe problems that come about, generally can, with two chrisitans be sought for answers in the bible and they can agree on something, where as with an unbalanced (i use that term lightly) couple have nothing to base truth upon.However her parents and family are a different matter entirely.When I see them I either get a cold shoulder or a lecture on how I need to accept Christ to be with their daughter.I'm not a bad guy, I just want a decent relationship with the parents of the woman I love.hmm, the ol cold shoulder eh.that dissapoints me, but at the same time you've gotta understand where they're coming from.of course you shouldn't 'change' your belief for someone, but for yourself.Look for the truth, seek with everything you have..do have logical and rational reasons for believing what we do....
Here's the thing you have to ask yourself; you're not dating her parents, you're dating her - what's her view?
I'm not a bad guy, I just want a decent relationship with the parents of the woman I love. That isn't to mean that I wouldn't be very happy about a genuine conversion, one where you changed your beliefs for you.
You are the same age as I was when I was a professing atheist. I could easier live with the hope of conversion than the knowledge of subtlety.
O and her loving God above me doesn't bother me, I wouldn't sacrifice my principles for someone else either.
I know how she feels about me and thats more then enough.