Just goes to show how religious qwacks are intolerable to their fellow human beings
I married my husband because I loved him, not because of his faith. The decision to marry someone comes from many different factors, and something as minor (in the long run) as a difference in faith should not matter, if you truly want to spend your life with them. All differences can be reconciled, if you have the will to do so. (And no, I do not mean convert them.) Live and let live.
Depends on their level of involvement. I'm an atheist. Someone with strong enough faith would reject me ba<x>sed on that alone,so it'd be with someone who wasn't that devoted. And long before the marriage we would work out surely the biggest issue to me, how our kids would be raised. <br />
But let's be honest, how many couples divorce or have serious problems due to differences in faith? Its almost a non issue.
Eh pretty small. We all forget that people "find" religion at all points in life, so even if religion is no issue on the wedding day, its not to say it won't pop up years or decades later. Or if one becomes an atheist.
The longer you're with someone, the longer you two have to develop problems with the other.
Heck nothing. Relationships that will fail will fail, no matter what.
I married a Snake Handler. We have our problems like anyone else
I tend to attract Catholics. For me, any religion at all is different from my not having one.
i wouldnt bother geting marryed then.to much hassle.
Sure.OMG.even thinking about it seems too much stupid to me.no offense .