Surely it's best that there's only one god's existence that the two of you dispute rather than having that issue with multiple gods?
- I agree, people of particular religion have more in common with an atheist than someone of another religion.
- I disagree. Whether you believe in the tooth fairy or the Easter bunny, having such irrational beliefs is something in common, even if they're different.
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Most Helpful Girl
I don't mind dating/marrying/being with anyone of a different religion as long as no kids are involved. The children part are where it gets complicated because of course many parents want their children to believe as they do.
I want my children to learn all religions, but I feel like I would end up blaming the Atheist or other religious father if the children choose another route (which isn't fair... but I wouldn't be able to help it). So... no kids.
And of course we are all similar. Just because we may not share the same belief in a particular ideology doesn't mean we aren't compatible in other ways.
Most Helpful Guy
Islam: 1 creator
Judaism: 1 creator
Christianity: 1/3 (a single triune God)
Total: 1 (generally claim to be the same God)
Deism: 1 creator
Scientology: 1 +
Mormonism: 2 + adherents
Aztec and Mayan: 30ish
Roman: 20ish + 5 emperors
Pantheon religions will take too long
Essentially, it depends upon which meta-narrative you ascribe to, as meta-narratives, by definition, cannot be proven or disproven; so says post-modernism. If you are convinced by a scientific materialist meta-narrative, then there are NO gods. If you are convinced by an abrahamic meta-narrative, then there is one God who created everything. If you are convinced by a deist meta-narrative, then there is one god. If you are convinced by pantheon mythological meta-narrative, then there are as many gods as your pantheon ascribes.
Looking at this, I just wanna say. Date an atheist is better than dating a person of any religion. Atheists won't give crap unless you give them crap.