Dating other religions
Therefore, it’s hard for me to associate with a religion when I come from a different background and I believe all religions are great and holy so why not just continue living a good life and not associate with any of them? I’m in love with and dating a non-Christian, and I myself am a Christian.I would not ever turn my back on my beliefs as that is turning away from God, but I don’t ever want to force him to make a change he does not want to make.These prohibitions are usually based on two dangers: To deal with the second danger, religions that do allow their members to marry people of other faiths often require that the children be brought up in their own members’ faith.
I tried to explain to him that if we’re both open minded and respectful then that’s all that matters.
And if any woman has a husband who is an unbeliever, and he consents to live with her, she should not divorce him.
For the unbelieving husband is made holy through his wife, and the unbelieving wife is made holy through her husband.
My dad doesn’t believe in God and my mom does but more abstractly than holy books explain.
However both of them have a “to each his own” perspective and never influenced me in the matter and let me make my own decisions. I feel pressured to change my beliefs and abide to his in fear of losing him but I believe God made us each individually and I know He sees nothing wrong with me not being religious as long as I do good and live my life compassionately and tolerantly.
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