- No both religions would clash
- Yes it's possible
- Don't know
Most Helpful Girl
They'll bump heads eventually, especially long-term. Plus, a "good Muslim woman" wouldn't date a Christian, because she knows the different backgrounds wouldn't work out, and her family wouldn't be too happy. The guys... well, they're allowed to date non-Muslims, as long as they're women who follow religion by the book, but if they were to have children the father would want them to follow his religion. Yet, times are changing, and today's generation are much more liberal with their decisions on who it is they talk to, but with all guarantee Family & Religion will become an issue with time.1
Most Helpful Guy
Ummm... Define "work."
Spiritually, they're incompatible.
Nominal/cultural Christians and Muslims stand a slightly better chance because neither of them actually have a connection to such faiths.
As a born again Christian, I just won't entertain a relationship with someone who isn't saved and equally yoked. What kind of life and family come from me going to church, bible study, and participating in ministries while my wife denies or persecutes the beliefs I hold as absolute truths? How would children fair?
A house divided cannot stand.0