Return to top One of the reasons you've come to this site is you're probably worried about what your parents will think. Many adults who were raised in the '60s and earlier have strong negative feelings about intermarriage.
Everyone has probably heard the term “flirt and convert” or “missionary dating,” in which a person of faith dates someone outside of his or her denomination (or an atheist/agnostic) in the hopes of both winning their love and saving their souls. On the Pros side: Sarah R.: I think it really depends where your heart is at and your true intention.
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Probably because they result in lower attendances at church.
When one spouse is being completely condemned because of their faith, even when it is just a different denomination, then who wants to be part of that community?
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