"Change of faith" could be influenced either by, (a) the Guy/Gal you would be marrying, or (b) by the would-be In-Laws.
Most Helpful Guy
Changing your faith to suit someone else is retarded. It seems today that many people just pick and choose a faith for reasons other than the fact that they believe mostly in that faith. If you're a Christian for example, and you want to marry a Muslim, why would you convert if you don't really believe in the Muslim faith? Are you even a real Christian in the first place if you'll do that or are you not really faithful at all? In that case then you shouldn't call yourself a Christian, Muslim, or anything but agnostic/atheist, otherwise it's fake.0
Most Helpful Girl
I'm open to being with someone who is religious however I cannot imagine ever becoming religious myself. I used to believe in that stuff as a young child because that was how I was raised but as I got older, I realised that actually, I don't believe in any of that, I just followed what my parents said, y'know? Maturing and getting my own mind made me more confident in my atheism, though of course, I can never 100% say god exists, I can just say that I personally am very doubtful of it. So yeah, I am happy to date and marry someone who does believe, but I don't think I will ever become religious again.2