youre a christian and he is a muslim..who would you think should sacrifice?

@bdazzled (132)
Philippines
October 14, 2007 9:16pm CST
if your a christian and decided to marry a muslim who would you think should sacrifice?would you change your religion for him?or should he change his?
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@barehugs (8986)
• Canada
15 Oct 07
No definately Not. Each should keep his/her own religion and make a rule..... Religion is Never to be Discussed! Love is to be discussed instead.
• United States
15 Oct 07
i would never even consider marrying a muslim for our holy scripture tells christians plainly not to be unequaly yolked to none believers 2 Corinthians 6:14. Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?
@bdazzled (132)
• Philippines
16 Oct 07
tha is your opinion. but some christians end up happy with a muslim husband or wife. im not against it in any way. im just thinking what would their kids be? a muslim or a christian?
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• United States
16 Oct 07
no my friend that is Gods oppin ion it is stated in the bibble and anyone claiming to be a Christian is supposed to follow it ! Corinthians 6:14. Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers:
@Lindalinda (4112)
• Canada
15 Oct 07
I agree with the two other respondents. Neither party should change their religion. If two people love and respect each other they will honour the partner's faith. The difficulty only comes up when there are children. The solution could be a Unitarian Church which honours God and all faiths.
@bdazzled (132)
• Philippines
16 Oct 07
im kust thinking that in teh near future they would have kids. what would be their religion if their parents have different religions.
@pilbara (1436)
• Australia
15 Oct 07
If both are sincere about their beliefs then neither should change just to suit the other.
@bdazzled (132)
• Philippines
16 Oct 07
how about the kids? what would their religion be?
@dopey22girl (3324)
• United States
15 Oct 07
I don't think either of the two should have to sacrifice. 2 people can be married and believe in different things. Nobody should have to change their beliefs. In fact, I don't think you can actually just stop believing in something.
@bdazzled (132)
• Philippines
16 Oct 07
being a christian and all i firmly believe that it is also our job to spread the news to all. i want him to share what goodness and graciousness i am experiencing. the problem is we dont have the same religion.
@lancingboy (1386)
• United States
17 Oct 07
I don't see why the couple can honor each other's religions. I know mixed religion couples who share each other's holidays and stuff. They also teach the kids both faiths as they grow up. This is a peaceful way they chose to live their lives and it actually works out for all of them.
@Gordano (792)
• United States
15 Oct 07
Hello I think that No one Have To Change His religion For the sake of Others , People Can Love and Life with each other although being Different religions , But there is an Important point related To your entire Question , the point is that a Muslim Respect and believe In Judaism and Christianity , But both Judaism and Christianity reject Islam , and For That reason a Muslim woman are not allowed to marry a non Muslim , because they reject Her religion and we can't expect a Happy Family while The Husband reject His wife 's religion . But when the Husband is a Muslim and doesn't reject His wife 's religion and he respect her religion , I think there is no problem here . the Quran : [002:285] " The apostle believes in what has been revealed to him from his Lord, and (so do) the believers; they all believe in Allah and His angels and His books and His apostles; We make no difference between any of His apostles; and they say: We hear and obey, our Lord! Thy forgiveness (do we crave), and to Thee is the eventual course. " as you see a Muslim must believe in - The God - His angels - His books " i.e the Gospel and the Torah " - His apostles - and make no difference between any of His apostles