I merely answered someone's question. Nowhere in my response did I demand that other people must believe in Christianity. People are free (at least in the US) to join any religion if they choose. If you choose to be a Christian, Muslim, etc, then you should at least try to make an effort to live by the tenets of your chosen religion. Yes, you will make mistakes, but the point is to try. I never said premarital sex being a sin was the only important part of Christianity. There are many things that Christians should try to abide by. Since the post I was responding to focused on sex, I limited my response to sex. Do not twist my words. People accuse Christians of being judgmental (some of them are) while being extremely judgmental themselves. Perhaps non-Christians need to ask themselves why they need Christians to condone their behavior in order to feel comfortable with their own choices. Own your choices and don't expect others to necessarily agree with your choices. I'm sure I make choices that you wouldn't agree with, and that's ok. Thinking that someone is arrogant merely because they are stating their beliefs is ironically, quite arrogant. We don't need to think the same way.
I think both Luke and Hannah have very twisted ideas of Christianity:
1) Luke is using religion to abuse and control others. He is your classic abuser and personally, I don't think he cares all that much about finding a virginal wife. If he did, then he would not compete on this type of show. The type of people who go on these shows are normally desperate and easy to manipulate, which are attractive qualities to abusers. He is the worst type of guy: the "bad boy" who claims to be a nice, Christian man. He is about as real as a three dollar bill.
2) Hannah claims to be a devout Christian, but she really doesn't act like it. Christians sin just like anyone else, but they at least try to live by the key tenets of Christianity. She needs to really examine herself and her needs. It doesn't sound like she wants a deeply religious man; she wants someone who perhaps believes in God, but that's it. I would be shocked if she and her chosen guy lasts more than a couple of months. Hannah should've been able to see that Luke was not a good guy a long time ago without even having to listen to the warnings from the other contestants. I bashed Luke, but Hannah is no prize herself. I had a roommate just like Hannah and I had to walk on eggshells around her. It was exhausting and I never knew when something would set her off. These types are ticking time bombs and are mentally unstable. Hannah shows narcissistic traits just like Luke and is the emotionally abusive type. I pity any man who marries her. Likewise, I pity any woman who marries Luke.