honestly? no. i'm not religious but i've found the bulk of people who are tend to place it in higher esteem than their relationships... ie; their beliefs and values and religious practise are what they ba<x>se their lives on so it makes no sense to throw all of that out the window for simple *love*. i've never heard of a successful marriage where both parties are religious and have opposing beliefs. the only ones that work that i've heard of were where only one partner waz religious.
Not if one of them is Muslim.
Only if the other is as ignorant as you.
The Koran commands that a Muslim shall not make friends with the Christian or Jew or other non-believer. Apparently, you are ignorant of this fact
Yes I am atheist and my wife of 24 years is Catholic, we both respect eachothers opinions.<br />
BTW Jjehovahs Witness are protestant - protestant means non Catholic Christian
im christian and been married to my muslim husband for 7 years now. his dad was buddhist and this mother muslim. <br />
to be honest though, his dad converted to islam and i am in the process of converting.
It can if they can communicate and hash out the differences BEFORE any commitments are made and they stick to the concessions they made AFTER becoming committed. Only about 5-10% work out though realistically.
when two are in true love nothing matters.
My aunt and uncle have a wonderful marriage. One is Mormon, the other Christian.
that would be rare. in situations like this one partner usually capitulates to the other's religion even if only privately. in public it would appear they support each other.
If they both have an open mind then I see no reason why not.
Can't say for sure if they can.<br />
But, I know, realistically, quite a few have made.
*singing* How deep is your love? How deep is your love? I really want to know...