I've been dating a guy for about 2 months. Everything was going great, I think I was beginning to like him, he seemed to be "religious", but one day we started talking about it in more detail. He believed in God, but not in Jesus, even though he believed that Jesus existed. He felt that we are here to just make ourselves happy, and we just make up our own rules and live by them. (wouldn't that be ideal....)
For me, that doesn't seem to be enough. I'm at a point in my life, where i'm dating to find someone to spend the rest of my life with. It seems like a no brainer that the relationship has to stop because we are not on the same page with our religious views. I believe in Jesus, and would think that I need a believer in order to help me through the good and bad times in my life. It's just hard because in the guys that I've dated, and a lot of friends, it doesn't seem to be a priority to anyone, and they wind up telling me that I should be more accepting to people? It's so frustrating because the majority of people, at least that I've met, seem to think it's ok to accept all people's views and agree that it's ok for them to have them, and I should just understand that?
What are your opinions on this? Did I do the right thing?