Should it matter what your partners religion should be?
yes...and ignoring the matter will only lead to inevidable problems in the marriage... not only that but the pressure and conflict that willl come when you have children...whos side will they choose...its no wonder why in the bibble it says that you shud only marry within the lord...4 your own good...but ofcourse in the end its your choice...but lettin g jehovah direct your step will cause you tooo make only wise choices...think about it...many have tried during bible times to marry outside their belifs and it never works out..
My husband and I are both Christians, but he is Protestant and I am Catholic. We go to both kinds of churches. The basic foundation (trust and belief in Jesus Christ) is he same, though the styles of worship are different. Every night we pray together and it works out well for us. Two different kinds of Christians would be fine in a relationship, but it may be more difficult for a Muslim and a Christian, or Buddhist and Jew, for example. Not impossible, but definitely a lot of hard work.
^^^Then what will you teach your children? Get them all confused when mommy says this and daddy says that!^^^
How about instead of either forcing dowm mommy's opinion down their throats or daddy's opinion down their throat's you let them make up their own minds.
Also it shouldn't matter what religion your partner is. I am Christian and my boyfriend is atheist and it has never been a problem. A lot of couples make it work even though they believe in different things.
I work with a few people who find it very important to be with someone who believes in the same religion that they are and are active in it, They are seventh Day Adventice. So the answer for them would be yes!!! And for me I would not be able to be married to someone who was Athiest. It would be a problem and this would be something that would not make me continue a relationship with someone, So for me it would be yes also.
it depends on you re religion because most of the time people bielive that if you get married 2 someone that is not of you re belief, then they might convice you to change 2 theirs OR even stop you from believing in what you believe in:( ANYWAY IT SOMETIMES IT SHOULDN'T MATTER CAUSE GOD CAN PERFORM A MIRACLE & MAKE IF WORK THE OTHER WAY AROUND:) STAY BLESSED:)
That all depends on you and how important it is to you.
Although, My fiance is a Christian, and I am an Athiest. We have no problems with having extremely different religions because we respect each other and view religion as a personal thing that does not need to be discussed. I love him and it doesn't matter to me what religion he may be.
It all depends on how important your religion is to you.
If you are going to accept someone, you need to also accept their differences, and sometimes, that's religion. If your intention is to convert that person against their will, then it's a relationship that will never work.
Depends... on who you are... it does not matter what anyone else on this site thinks... it boils down to whether it matters to you (and your families, dependent on how important your families are to you...)
Then what will you teach your children? Get them all confused when mommy says this and daddy says that!
The Bible says man is not to be 'unequally yoked'...Take care !!
It doesn't matter if it should or not, it does.