Yes you can, it doesn't matter what religion your partner is as long as you both accept and respect eachother, and realize that you are not in a relationship to change who you are but to love one another as you are. It will take some work, but thats how relationships are, they take work. People these days are lazy and negative. They want to divorce at the first hint of conflict; its disgusting what the world has become. A lot of people keep talking about how Christians and Muslims shouldn't marry in the comments. My best friend is Muslim, from Iran I might add, and he married a Christian woman, they have no problems whatsoever in the religious aspect. He is super respectful of her. They get along very well and the children are being raised to respect both religions, as they should be.
Oh yes definitely!! My husband and I are of different religions and it has never been as issue for us.
How did you make it work!
For some religions it's okay because they allow pluralism. Quite a few eastern religions are like that. If you're talking abrahamic religions that becomes a bit more complicated because they contradict each other in values and way of life.
My wife is catholic, and I'm atheist. So that should answer that. In honestly if she was a zealot, and constantly trying to convert me I'd never have married her.
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I think it depends on the particular religions involved. I am a Lutheran. It would be difficult for me to be involved with a Hindu, Mormon, fundamentalist Christian sect, or Muslim. I could date a Jew, a tolerant atheist, or most other Christian denominations.
No I can't. This is why I'm currently with a Muslim man.A lot of the values I look for in a spouse can almost only be found in a Muslim man. For example my man does all his prayers, fasts Ramadan, doesn't have sex before marriage and doesn't drink alcohol. Yet, he's very fit , handsome , and wealthy, meaning he could have gotten sex fairly easily (he's not an INCEL). This is almost impossible to find in a non practicing Muslim man.I wanna be able to connect spiritually with my spouse. I want to be able to learn about our religion together, pray together.With that being said, a good portion of my close friends are actually Christian, I have no issues being friends with people of different religion.
I won't go there, TBH, and I have dated girls who were of a different religion.
I think people can overcome differences in a relationship. Most religions I know of do not have restrictions on what religion the other partner should be. The only religion I know of that has rules in regards to relationship is Islam. It doesn't restrict men marrying out of Islam but it restricts women. For example a Muslim man can marry a Christian woman but a Muslim woman can not marry a Christian man. If the Muslim woman wishes to marry the Christian man, she has to get the man to convert to Islam. Weirdly enough, I recently met a girl that I really liked. I mean I have never felt like this ever since I met my very first girlfriend in my life. It turns out she felt the same way. And every time we socialised she would talk to me about Islam but unfortunately I could never convert and be a true believer because of my agnostic ways. It was only until a friend of mine who is her flat mate told me that she was planning to convert me but by then she had already given up because she found a lot of difficulties arguing her point to me.So yeah besides Islam, I have not had of any other religions with problems of inte religous marriage or relationships.
Christianity has rules regarding relationships:"Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness? What harmony is there between Christ and Belial? Or what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever? What agreement is there between the temple of God and idols? For we are the temple of the living God." 2 Corinthians 6:14-16.This applies to any close ("yoked") condition, which would include marriage. However, a lot of play-pretend "Christians" in the present day prefer to simply ignore whatever parts of the New Testament are inconvenient.Judaism has rules regarding marriage, particularly with how the children are to be brought up.
Hi ! In my opinion , yes you can if you care about each other enough and will allow that other person to have their own beliefs even if it is not exactly like yours ! I am a Christian ! Most of the time religion usually is the way of life like mine is my way of life ! The type of clothes I wear , who I live with and date are the way I feel God wants me to dress and live ! If their religious behavior attracted you to them in the first place then you will not want them to change their religion either ! There are some pretty tough religions out there but if you met them in church and you liked them enough to start a relationship with them then that is cool ! Learn about their religion and if it is to much for you , then either just stay their friend or end the friendship ! For religion and a personal walk with God are essentials or at least mine is to me ! Maybe your problem is that you thought that the way they behaved in church would change once they were out in the real world and be like every one else is? If so then you are mistaken for once someone is a Christian or really cares about their beliefs is one whether they are at home , in church , in the store or a work ! Thanks for reading this
Nothing of what you mention specifically has anything at all to do with core religious doctrines.
It shouldn’t ever be a problem unless you’re fanatical enough to be a religious terrorist. Religions are about “personal” belief. Everyone has their own mind so everyone can have their own beliefs and still get along with other people. I’ve had plenty of friends over the year that had parents with different religions and it never seemed to bother them. People that think it messes up your kids are just selfish controlling idiots that think they need to convert everyone, rather than exposing their children to their own beliefs and allow them to decide how to live their own life. I know a guy who’s a CPA, his sister is a Pharmacist and his dad is a Christian and his mom is a Buddhist. Another example: I know a girl who is an art curator, her older brother is a film producer, and her younger brother is a computer scientist and their dad is a Jew and their mom is a Christian. In both cases the parents are still married and happy. There are millions of other cases where people get married to people of different religions, they get along, and they raise healthy successful children that do fine in life.
Don't even go there. I have a lot of male friends who have shown serious intrest in me, the problem is, they are from a different faith or have no faith at all ( which is worst ) . I have values that restrict me from leading people on so i straight up say no and never try anything in the first place. The reason i mention this is because i'm seeing this type of scenario : "Too late, we are already in love, we can't control our feelings" . Subsequently, these people find themselves stuck in the middle of nowhere, lost and frustrated and they'll probably end up blaming their religion for their life decisions. They are two options for this : 1- If Both of you let's say believe in a religion but don't necessarly practice nor believe should be, your relationship can defintly work ! 2- Now if you dooo believe a religion, collected its values and follow the commandements of god then your relationship won't work. At all.. You have to keep in mind that not only you are believers but practinioners, it means you adopted the instructions that came up with the message kinda like a manual.
Totally agree to everything you said, and its funny to see how you explain it the same way I do too xD
I hope so! I really like a guy who is catholic and am atheist. So far we have worked very well as friends but we obviously feel attracted to each other beyond that point of friendship. I think he simply doesn’t approach because I’m not religious but I hope he will be able to overcome our differences.
And wait until he springs the Catholic practice that the children must be brought up within the Church. If he refuses, it is within the Church's right to refuse a wedding, bar him from Communion, etc. If one wants to stay in the club, one has to play by the club's rules.
It can be Don, hun. I once had Married a Muslim out in Egypt, Resided there for a While, many a no Smile due to our Family problems. Never dealing with EVER Religion. No one tried to Convert me, I am a Christian. Other more too Important Obstacles to Contend with with Our Own at Home Relationship, God Came First though in my Life of Strife. xx
Nope. I’m very open minded but there’s many problems you’d encounter:Your partner encountering unexpected problems with family. Are they tough enough to handle it? You won’t know in advance.Raising kids... will be confusing/cause of arguments.Your partner might seem mild/laid back now but later they become hardcore religious.
I personally cannot. A relationship where both parties have fundamentally different world views will almost never work out well. Our approaches to what we fundamentally believe to be right and wrong and more importantly if the REASONS we believe the same things to be right or wrong are very different that would be a source of conflict.
It can be very complicated as even people from the same religion don't always think the same, some can be more serious than others. I am not allowed to marry a non-muslim man, but I also wouldn't want to as I think it wouldn't be as fun. Him not sharing the struggles and fun times I go through being a Muslim in a country where just choosing a restaurant is actually a lot of research doesn't sound marriage material to me. I could date but not more, no matter how heartbreaking it could be if I think he's the one but he chooses to stay a non-muslim...
"Not allowed to". Who says? You can live your life however you want, you don't have to stay in Islam.
I believe Islam is the best religion. I respect others but I'm not at all interested in converting to another.
Yes that's fine everyone is entitled to their view. Have you been taught that Islam is the "best" since you were young? Just curious.
No my family never used "the best" or one of it's synonym to describe Islam. I just think it's "the best" choice.
I didn't mean directly using those words - but everyone believes that the religion they follow is the best one. Christians think Christianity is the best; Jews think Judaism is the best, etc etc. Everyone just believes the religion they were conditioned to believe from being young is the best one. Very few people convert to another religion.
It's possible. But there needs to be implicit agreement that neither person tries to convert the other. I'm atheist but I'm fine with whatever religion my partner chooses to practice, so long as she isn't devout enough to end our relationship at the recommendation/demand of a holy man (Pastor/priest, etc) just because I'm not of her faith.
You can, but it can be difficult depending on how strongly both people hold onto their individual religious beliefs. Religion and moral values are strongly connected on average. Even if you were raised in a culture, under a certain religion if you don't consider yourself as a part of that religion you still inevitably hold 90%+ of the values of that religion as a part of who you are deep down. You subconsciously believe certain values that you were given from that religion and don't know why you believe those things.You can override them later, with work and truly sorting out all your beliefs and killing conflicting beliefs. But very very few people actually put in the time to do that.
Yes you can overcome a religious difference in a relationship because of after the marriage your world will totally changed. Kids, meals, cleaning etc... Life is brought more responsibility to you. I'm sure that you won't have much time to argue with your wife. In this case, religion is second thing to look at for the marriage. Important things are trustable, understanding, smiling and love.
Not really. Especially with religions like Islam where it is normally tied to cultural elements as well. Muslim men can marry non-Muslim women but eventually there is an expectation that the woman converts to Islam. Muslim women can't marry non-Muslim men and will only marry a non-Muslim man if he converts to Islam. There is no way around that.
There's also the issue of how the children will be raised.
There is no 'expectation' that the wife has to convert to Muslim. But it is obligatory that the children are raised as Muslims.
@CubsterShura Ugh exactly, but even if that wasn't the case, the child would still be around one parent who is muslim, espousing those believes, and may be influenced by it. I wouldn't like that.
@xyz94 I actually find it surprising that a man can even marry a non Muslim even if it's limited to only Abrahamic religions. Even Prophet Muhammad had a Christian wife.
@CubsterShura Muslim men can marry non-Muslim women but it isn’t preferred. A lot of cultures do expect the woman to convert to Islam, especially Pakistani families. Whilst families do come round eventually, they still put pressure on the man to convince his wife to convert to Islam.
True it is the encouraged, it's just allowed. Also Desi people are a whole another being I swear xD Muslim or not they all share the same backwardness in common. Trust me, I am a Bengali girl, living in Bangladesh, I know what I'm saying.
And that's awful... It isn't worth getting involved with.
@xyz94 true. In all honesty this is why I prefer to date any other guy from any other race/ethnicity that isn't a South Asian.
I love how people know that one fact and role with it.It's not true, men are expected to marry Muslim females. End of story
They can marry who they want when they want. Whos going to stop them? No one. Its this kind of bs that creates hatred in this world.
You can, but it adds additional challenges and strife in a marriage if either wants to pursue theirs, especially with children. It all depends on the strength of your faith.It pays to discuss it and decide how important it is. When I grew up all the women went to church and all the men stayed home. Not very conducive to encouraging devotion to your faith. As an adult I switched sects - one just made more sense than the other, both Christian based.
If you share nothing in common like no sex before marriage and the other does, it will be a disaster. And it will confuse the kids if children are involved. No matter if your a believer, religious, spiritual or not, if your unequally yoked, you will damage somebody besides yourself. I would not date somebody who doesn't already or desire to serve my God, period.
I'm stoned rn. You are assuming the worst of people right now and me. I have problems and struggle socially. I'm sorry for driving you crazy and had no intention to. I like to hear and understand what people say and discuss. Your negative stuff caught my interest and trying to understand your side. The more you talk I'm sorry but the less serious I take you. You have profiled me and her.
@TrevJ Why in the world did you push twice on two different questions?
Because I can
You've said a bunch of negative bullshit and accusations to the point people don't want to hear it or care. Are you going to judge me for smoking marijuana too. It's legal in a significant amount of states and legal where I am. I have aches and pains, anxiety. It helps with it. I am a high strung and moody guy it mellows me out. Man your're profiling and judging me, diagnosing me with all this. Making her out to be some narcissistic sociopathic bitch. You think you know my thoughts and feelings when you don't know me. You think she's up to some bad stuff when you don't know her. I didn't mean to insult when I said I'm taking you less seriously. But for God's sake only negative assumptions have came out of your mouth, profiling and judgment. Man you made this a personal attack on me going on some rant. I just think you're one hurt little girl on the inside who's bitter. I don't take you seriously because you think you know everything and make these awful assumptions without tangible evidence and your evidence is just more assumptions. It's humorous to me you make these claims with no evidence. What are you talking about me not taking life seriously. I dedicate my life to school and work. I had a 4.0 GPA in the spring semester of this year. I had the highest gpa possible at my University with straight A's. I devote my life to school and work and when I find time I'll try to hangout with people and even go out of town. On top of that I am working on bettering myself. Get off your high horse and quit saying negative bullshit and assuming negativity.
@TrevJ Do whatever you want. You're ranting and raving just proves my point.
I'm not the one who's bitter. I'm not the one smoking and having your problem. You smoke to mask your issues and that is unattractive to anybody. You just sound very toxic as a person and your pinning on me, who clearly sees the truth that you yourself don't want to confront and admit. You can lie on here to me and try to win the attention of others on here. But this is all on you. I don't have to make out anything. My evidence is that you like this girl more than a so-called friend. She is not being your friend but mocking you. BAD ENOUGH you have issues, and you want to use your smoking as an excuse for your bad behavior. You have no responsibility whatsoever in personal relationships at all. A 4.0 academically. but a 1.0 for social skills and communication.
I enjoy smoking marijuana and it calms me down is that a crime. You're the one who started ranting. Yeah I have a 1.0 in that I have autism and working on overcoming it and stepping out of my comfort zone. I don't need some know it all judging me and spouting out negativity. Marijuana has medicinal and therapeutic uses. It's a medication. It's laughable because you're proving me right. You make assumptions and your evidence is more assumptions. I apologize I am not perfect like you. You act like you know everything, that's unattractive to anyone, you only say negative bullshit, that's unattractive to anybody, you have an ego the size of this website, that's unattractive to anyone. Oh, lastly you like to judge people that's unattractive to anybody. You should listen to yourself talk you think you could be a shrink and so sophisticated when you think you don't need to read a book. When you said you have a similar personality, maybe you're projecting what a bitch you are on to her. You view me as this flawed person look in your backyard. You're a 27 year old woman who is on here saying negative bullshit that's all assumptions when you're projecting what a degenerate you are onto someone else. I may be flawed but I don't go on here judging strangers and saying hateful assumptions.
Please stop using medical marijuana as a BS excuse. You need to learn to call me only soap down by learning to control your behavior and stop being over-reactive. As I told you before you need to go see a professional counselor because you definitely got issues. I ain't being a b to nobody. And I would appreciate if you don't use that kind of profanity. I don't care if you got autism or not I'm going to treat you as a man. Has nothing to do about you being flawed. You trying to seek acceptance from people because you can't even learn to truly accept yourself. As I told you plenty of times that have nothing to do with me. I know I'm Florida as a person but I don't use what you got going on as an excuse. I learn from it. I don't got no ego. I learn to be humble. In for when I learn from your conversations with me you're not really a humble person. You talking about how you're not on here judging strangers. No it's because you're incapable and inept to actually have boundaries for yourself. I've dealt with people with disabilities before. And I've dealt with people with disabilities before. And your disabilities have zero to do with your unhealthy personality. No was unattracted to people is that they can't learn to truly love themselves and accept the truth another people telling the truth about themselves. They don't like people like me because I'm off who they truly are inside. Because I am highly intuitive to know what kind of person and atmosphere I'm dealing with.
Need to learn to calm yourself down.*I know exactly what kind of things psychologically that stuff that does.If you got to use marijuana to step out your comfort zone that means you never had it in the first place. That means once you come over and you going to go through withdrawal symptoms and that's going to leave you with anxiety. Far worse then anything you experience before you even decided to smoke it. Every time people like you want to spout that sing nonsense which is the exact same words. That's how I know I'm telling the truth. Like I said you can stop with the lies already. Ira more than enough books and educate myself on a manner not just talk with people. I learned to communicate and actually get to the heart of the matter. And I got to the heart of the matter. And that's something you yourself don't want to deal with as a man. I showed you nothing but respect, and gave you respect by telling you the truth about your situation. Any other person would just lie to your face just so you can get her and then when you get hurt, you want to blame somebody for your problems and won't be anybody else's fault but yours.
@TrevJ, no, she's speaking reality. People who say that "religion can be overcome" are really saying "I have absolutely no religious convictions and refuse to accept that anyone else can validly have serious religious convictions, so I'll put them down as 'negative' and 'intolerant'."
Don't pay to much attention to that, he is replying to me back from another question about a girl he calls a friend. Sadly it's one of those girls that likes to flirt all the time and is pushing his levels because he's autistic which is not all his fault.
I overall say I am not religious. Because I believe in kingdom standard not religious standard people use as an excuse to misinterpret the Bible. The key is having respect and being realistic about it. Not to overcome but to accept reality. And the reality is, somebody is going to have to convert or expect the children to be taught something the other would hate or refuse to allow. You'll be quite surprised the amount of people who say they are God and they're really not.
Are of God*
u're very realistic and that's why i love ur comments. good job as always !
Some religions specifically list who your not supposed to be dating so why even be religious if you're going to ignore the rules... Like Christianity if you believe you are an Israelite... Then there's a shit ton of people you're not supposed to mess with
That's just it, if you ignore the rules, you don't have any real religious beliefs.
Of course occasionally after birth I was taught Christianity but every now and then I meet people who follows a different religion like my friend Imanni is a Islamic focused woman but eh it doesn't bother me because I enjoy following religion internationally not just at my typical following
That merely means you have no religious beliefs worth noting, yourself.
No it just means I won't limit the notion of religion there is no rule stating 1 must follow a specific religion as a matter of fact religion isn't really limiting it is just something some may do like when I was a mare child I learned the basics of Christianity then about at the age of 14 or 15 I picked up on Islam but I didn't really start studying it until a couple of days ago when my friend Immani was giving posts in Arabic
You have no particular religious conviction. If they're all pretty much the same to you, then none of them matter to you.
No. God discourages unequally yoked marriages and encourages equally yoked marriages.I don‘t think it is forbidden but it is highly discouraged and for good reason. It makes for a compromised spiritual union as we would be without sharpened iron for our Holy zeal and Godly fire.
It depends on the religion. I wouldn't want to be with anyone that's into witchcraft or demonic stuff. I also I couldn't be with someone that puts religion over people. Also, if I've made it clear that I'm not converting, it would be annoying if they kept trying to convince me. I think those are my only turnoffs. 👌
Some religions are close and integration of couples/religions is easy enough. Some religions demand obedience just to them and outside persons not of that faith are not really welcome. That is when it becomes a hurdle or can break apart your religion. So it is dependent upon the couple's religions.
Example: If I was a Muslim, I could never have a serious relationship with a Christian, as there is just too much difference between the two for any chance of an enjoyable relationship. I mean no disrespect for either religion, I just think the two wouldn't mix.
My husband and I are not religious at all, but I come from Jesus-based religion and he comes from a non-Jesua based religion. We are raising our kids nothing, but teach them about God in general. Looking back, I wish we could have raised them in my religion, and I secretly hope they choose my religion if they ever choose one.
Not really. Only if the difference were slight (different denomination of Christianity). My faith is very important to me and when I dream of having a family, I dream of praying with my kids before bed and teaching them Bible stories and all the wonderful things I had when I was younger. I want to be able to journey in faith together with my husband, to learn and grow together, and to lean on each other when the going gets tough. It is very important to me that I date only Christians
Depends of the extent of the religious belief, and also the beliefs themselves. I couldn't date a Young Earth creationist, for example. I also couldn't date someone who expected marriage before sex.
Religion wasn't an issue for my girlfriend and I. The only time it really presents any kind of issue is when we're talking about our life goals or whatever. I'm an Agnostic who generally leans Christian, and she is Hindu. There have been many times when she just comes across very materialistic to me.
Different denominations of Christianity could work with some effort, as could different sub-sets of other religions. But something like Islam and Christian are doomed due to basic differences (Islam directs that all "infidels" be killed, for example).
were in the name of biscuits did you get that from? that's complete nonsense!
@Dihiya I agree. The Quran IS nonsense.
And don't insult biscuits.
I wasn't talking about the "QURAN" (but i guess you know that), anyway you may believe anything you want but just please don't spread wrong/biased ideas around , and you are old you should be more wise and less judgmental.
No I come from a religious family whereas I don’t believe in it. I have very negative experiences with religion so I don’t want to be with someone who takes religion seriously.
Good for you for making your own decision.
Absolutely! As long as two people love each other, I would hope they would each be willing and able to make whatever compromises are needed to make it work. But then again I'm not religious. What do I really know about it.
I dont care what religion you follow as long as you dont try to make me believe what you believe.
You can't. Maybe for a few dates or to screw around. But If you plan on marriage and raising kids, no! I want my kids to be good Christians.
That's exactly how I feel.. I wouldn't want my partner to try to change their beliefs
@Lgmswolf024 Yeah its really tough and they end up resenting you. Dont do it. Just find a guy who shares the same faith. It makes things better
It depends on the religion and how similar/compatible it is. Can't with Atheists though because they are too hateful towards Christians and confrontational.
Some people do but seriously these kinds of relationships fail from the start. My personal relationships failed. Also through friends and my family I've seen them end horribly
I married a Muslim woman. I'm a Jew. It Did not go down well with her family or mine though. Both families expected the other person to convert. Neither of us did. You can imagine how our communities felt about it too. You need to be strong to do it. As long as you respect each other it certainly is possible.
And the children?
@HereIbe we agreed we'd have no children. I had a vasectomy immediately after we married.
No, not really. If it's something like a Catholic and a Protestant, then yes, because that's still Christianity; or an atheist, but who is 'culturally' Christian marrying a Christian. But things like Islam? No, they almost always make the other partner convert, and any child would have to be influenced by that religion in their upbringing. You'd have to be crazy to marry into that in my opinion. Better to keep your own lifestyle and freedoms.
People who gave TDs please explain why.
Yes. I am an anti theist. Keep your religion to yourself, as in don’t expect me to convert nor participate in it. I may attend church with you, but that depends on many factors. But the roadblock is this for me: the kid will be raised a secular humanist. If they turn 18 and want to pursue religion, then they can do so.
If you married a musilm you and your children are expected to be muslim or die
In my religion you must treat others how you want to be treated.No other religion will allow this so no.
What is your religion, just out of interest? :)
Its a belief in something more important than god, money, ambition, family, society, morality, values... List is endless. You just follow 3 rules. Theyre contradictory and they don't make sense too the average person. Rule #1 is you must treat others how you want to be treated. Rule #2 is anything is possible.Rule #3 you can lie too everyone else but you cannot lie to yourself.
So for example you might like a girl. It's possible she might be the one. It doesn't work and she wants to split up. Believing it's possible that it might work out. Is lying to yourself when you know she's not guna change her mind.So you have to bend the rules sometimes. But you should try too use them more as a guideline to find the best possible outcome for any situation.
I meant what's the name of the faith though, Islam, Christianity (doesn't sound like Christianity), Budhism?
It doesn't have a name... Following rule #2 means you can call it whatever you want...
Only if they don’t believe very strongly in the religion and it isn’t a big deal to either of us but it would be weird
Strong or weak believe, they still believe it nonetheless
If you can overcome your religion for your marriage then you are placing you marriage over your God (or gods depending on the religion) and I'm pretty sure most religions done properly don't do that.
That's very true Most religious people marry partners that will help them in their religious paths, and so marrying someone who doesn't satisfy that need, means they chose someone over their religion/god and that's why most people don't marry outside of their religion. It's a very fundamental and important concept that a lot of non-religious people don't really understand because they aren't bound by that criteria
@virginbish yes, exactly.
Well as someone who's atheist if someone's deep into there religion it might be difficult to be with me
Yes, it always depends on how sexy she is to me... the sexier the more I overcome lol
True or false, the faith runs high. It's your belief and it clashes with a partner, common ground might not be possible.
It all depends on how little your religious convictions matter to you. If they don't matter at all, it won't be a problem.
I don't think it would particularly bother me as long as it doesn't get in way of our sex life.
Depends on the religion, how serious about it she is, and how tolerant she is towards my beliefs.
Because some religions are too old fashioned and not uptodate with modern times, like Islam for instance.
Of course you can. I’m not a convert and never will be but accept my husband to have another religion.
It's contingent on how compatible the religions are. Religious fundamentalism isn't something that would work for me, so I'd say it's contextual.
I don't think I could be with someone that is religious
I'm agnostic and I don't think I could date either a believer or an atheist
It is not the religion that you need to overcome its the person.
I couldn’t I had it falling out with my own religion.
No, I could never be with someone who isn't a Scientologist and hasn't heard of Lord Xenu.
I'm an athiest so I guess I should be worried that my partner could possibly hate that.
Nope being religious in anyway is a complete deal breaker
My boyfriend and I have a different religion, but mostly similar world views. Just with a different lable. By seeing it that way, I think we have!
I'm an atheist. I couldnt care less what religion my partner is. Itd be up to them if they'd be alright with me being an athesit.
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