Would a conservative Mormon woman ever consider marrying a non-Christian?

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Yeah... the question is pretty self-explanatory. Just for clarification though, when I say conservative Mormon, that means a person that is a practicing Mormon who truly believes and adheres to their religious beliefs.

If the answer is no, why? Would it still be a no if the non-Christian, albeit his different religious beliefs, is a pluralist and adheres to the same moral beliefs? (For instance, he doesn't drink or believe in premarital affairs.) If both can live good moral lives that they both agree on, is religion still an issue and does the path to compromise (woman attend other religious festivals and man accompanies her to church) open up?
Would a conservative Mormon woman ever consider marrying a non-Christian?
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