Most Helpful Guy
Sorry that happened to you. I think you made the right move, even though it's going to hurt for some time to come. Religious differences hurt many a relationship and marriage in the long run. Even if he comes around and realizes that he made a mistake, I would tread very carefully. He needs to show you that he's made a clean break with his family's extremism, by moving out at the very least. FYI, loving God above any human is what's taught by Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. It's just that, in practice, most believers aren't such nut jobs. I know it hurts. Sorry.
Most Helpful Girl
He sounds pretty extreme and has flawed theology and philosophy most definitely not a true Christian, I'm a Christian and I believe that seeking God and putting him first is important however, Jesus came and died for each and every human being whether or not they choose to love him and believe in him, we as Christians are called to love others as Jesus loved us, even with our sin and imperfection, it sounds like he doesn't know what true love real is or looks like, we aren't demanded to obey all the "rules" even though we called to change certain things once we claim to believe, it's not about following the rules its about having a relationship with God and leading others to him 'm sorry that he hurt you and said all of those stupid things, I don't know if he will see his mistake but I hope you heal from this and find the truth, and I really wish there weren't people like this trashing Christianity by there flawed thinking only to make true believers appear like a bunch of bible thumping psychos or dumbass cultists