Just talk to her honestly, and if you have to, use the old wonder of logic. Always taking care of our two daughters single handedly is. If you are an atheist or a non-believer, then let your date know, and politely decline the invitation. There is much that needs to change and many hearts to educate but if we doubt some of the fundamentals then why not all of them. Sadly, the general consensus of "convert or nope out" sounds like what will end up happening. Point is, I can push myself to my extreme physical ends and he has barely broken a sweat.
Honestly, unless you want to convert and: And, if she does claim those things don't matter, be prepared to find out how much they really do after you've married her. He can relate to me and we can relate to each other which makes us strong to begin with. She will likely want you to convert to fix the family. I have many friends and members of my family who married within the church and later divorced.
Good luck to you. I will have to keep you update on where we match. Why do we not talk about Heavenly Mother. You will be able to best gauge where her beliefs stand in regards to the church if you listen to how she describes her mission. Being married to a doctor is a difficult thing to balance. Make sure she knows the plan, so you both can dress appropriately. I just started dating this guy and he is not only in the army, but a doctor. I don't pity you at all. The fact she's dating you while you aren't a Mormon is at least a sign of hope. It is so hard, so sad and so lonely.
It really has been helpful. If you don't mind some slightly off-topic advice, I can assure you that you will meet plenty of other beautiful, interesting women going forward. As a general authority I knew, now deceased, told me in the mid-eightiesвIf you find a good man who is not LDS, marry him. Invest in your love and keep it strong. Do any of your husbands drink alot of wine. Life is suddenly wonderful, and you catch yourself smiling, humming, and happy all the time. It would put him in a position of feeling less and being looked down on. But it is luck of the draw.