Dating a divorced person
Do not be deceived: There is no such thing as once saved always saved, also known as eternal security or the perseverance of the saints.So if you think you can both divorce, then marry each other and be spiritually safe, based upon eternal security, you are Scripturally mistaken.It seems like you are trying to find every possible reason to "marry" outside of the will of God to justify your desires, even to the point of looking at others who have done a similar evil thing.
and 19:9, a CONTINUOUS-TENSE ADULTERY is what would result.For John had been saying to Herod, 'It is not lawful for you to have your brother's wife.'" NOTE: Even though Herod had "married" Herodias, she was still considered "Philip's wife." That is why John said it was not lawful for him to have his brother's wife.In other words, adultery was being committed by both Herodias and Herod.What other people have or don't have or do or don't do has nothing to do with us individually.We are to go by the Word of God regardless if anyone else goes by it or not.
Such are committing continuous adultery from God's perspective and really are not "Christian" as they may profess to be.