iam sorry but i will do that i said iam sorry because religions are stupid because they make people hate eachother even the love i was christian now agnostic but anyway i will marry anyone who i love her dont care for religions or whatever about children it is their choice if hey want to be religious i don care if they want to be agnostic or what ever they r free i dontcare :)
Maybe instead of worrying about religion you can learn proper grammar.
She's from Egypt. Don't be mean, tell her what mistakes she made.
Yeah that wouldn't bother me, I have grown up with Christians. Jewish and Muslims so I respect all faiths and religions and it's a good thing to have knowledge of them all I would want my kids to be like me and respect them all even if they choose to follow none of them when they grow up
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Probably yes depending on the religion. I'm not very religious so it would be OK with me if they raised them in that religion.BlondieBoy raises a good point. I would hope it's not an all day Saturday or Sunday affair. Then I'd think twice.
I already married someone outside my religion. I'm not very devout, but the reason it was easy to marry outside my religion was that a tenet of mine is that other religious practices and beliefs do not preclude acceptance by God. So raising children in another faith is not necessarily bad. Of course, there are some basic beliefs required, but all major religions around the world today would satisfy that requirement.
Sure, religion wouldn't impact my decision whatsoever as far as marriage is concerned. Brainwashing children on the other seems like a character flaw. Kids should be able to decide on their own what they'd prefer to believe.
Yes I would. As for religion, I would let the children decide it whem they grow up. Many parents force religion on their children, it isn't what they want. I prefer they find it out themselves.
I'm spiritual, not religious. Anyway I wouldn't marry someone with extreme crazy ideas.
Probably not. I am not religious at all. I also hate being dragged into religious gatherings (funerals, church/weddings)
Religion is essentially meaningless, so sure. Race is much more important matter.
I would want to marry someone outside of religion.
I wouldn't even consider that.
i don't wanna marry anyway LOL
I would not marry a religious person.
It all depends how extreme and devoted they were.
An abaya-wearing Arab Muslim?
I don't really know a great deal about that belief to be honest and what it would entail to marry one, but if I liked the girl, I'd certainly be open to it.
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