My lease is ending and I need to find a new place to live. After moving out of my parents' place I have always lived with roommates. I am not yet able to financially afford my own place by myself. For a variety of reasons it's very hard to find a decent place in the area I am in. I viewed a very nice place that has basically everything I want (affordable, good location, enough space, good kitchen etc) however the place is intended for Christians.
Apparently it used to be strictly for Catholics and now it’s more about having "Christian values". I'm not sure if this is a good fit as I don’t consider myself religious. The only specific rules I was told about this are no being excessive drinking at home and over night guests must sleep in a different room. Where I'm currently living we don't have such rules but I tend to follow them anyway, however I’d really like to be able to drink as much as I want or have someone sleep over on the occasion. That being said, everything else is nice so I may still take it and see it as a compromise.
How can I communicate I need to be told specific rules that they consider Christian values? Since I'm not Christian myself, the term "Christian values" is a bit vague to me. I told them that I don't consider myself Christian and would like more information to make a decision, but they replied, "feel free to ask any specific questions".
To be clear, I consider myself to be "without religion" more so than a devout atheist. I don't have problem with people who are religious but don't want them trying to convert me. (some Christian values I do agree with, like care for your neighbor.)