Do you agree a marriage in different religion...?

@pormadi (1300)
Indonesia
October 6, 2006 6:30am CST
....especially between muslims and christians
18 responses
8 Oct 06
I’m not religious, I also fail to see how a relationship between those of different believes can be something to avoid. Most religions preach acceptance of one another and respect despite everything, so I don’t see why religion would be an issue.
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• India
8 Oct 06
Bible is against christian marrying non christians. so if one marries a moslem or others he/she is not atrue christian
8 Oct 06
Care to give the section where that is wrote and enlighten me?
@pormadi (1300)
• Indonesia
9 Oct 06
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@psmohan (1883)
• India
8 Oct 06
Why not ? All are human beings.As long it is acceptable to both and can live together in peace and harmony without any feud
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• India
9 Oct 06
its true...
• United States
9 Oct 06
I do not think it is wise to marry someone from a different religion. Marriage is a religious institution, and religion forms the basis of most of our beliefs as human beings. As a Christian, I believe Marriage is a union among me, my husband, and God. How can that work if my husband believes in God much differently than I do, and has a much different view of marriage than I do? Obviously, this means that not only do I think that it is unwise to marry someone of a different religion, but it is also unwise to marry someone who views marriage much differently from you, even if from the same religion.
• India
9 Oct 06
ur wrong... marriage is concerned to souls not to the religions and god... what would u do if ur child gets married to some other religious person?? or what would u do if all of a sudden u find out tat ur husband is not a born christian but converted to christian jst to marry u?? [well might not be but if something like this happen then?] pal u'r in the dark untill u dont see the true meaning of a religion..a religion is not meant ot divide ppl to groups but to group everyone... every religion is man made and some of its principles are changed by some mad ppl....
• India
9 Oct 06
hey crunchymama ,Sorry i cant agree with u. Its ok, diff people diff views .
• United States
10 Oct 06
Srinathakarapu - if my kid married someone of a different religion? His decision, his life. Not really my business. I don't really think that anyone is born a Christian. You can grow up Christian and still not really be one - it's a matter of where your heart is. His heart is Christian. As is mine. Cyberspies - s'ok. I don't think I explained what I meant very well, anyway!
@tater03 (1765)
• United States
13 Oct 06
I don't see a problem with it as long as you respect each other and what the other believes.
@tigertang (1750)
• Singapore
20 Nov 06
Call me an idealist but I think the idea of inter-faith, inter-race and inter-cultural marraiges is a good thing. It shows that love and attraction are not limited by human constraints. It makes people look at what they have in common and make it more powerful than the differences they have between them.
@tigertang (1750)
• Singapore
20 Nov 06
Call me an idealist but I think the idea of inter-faith, inter-race and inter-cultural marraiges is a good thing. It shows that love and attraction are not limited by human constraints. It makes people look at what they have in common and make it more powerful than the differences they have between them.
• India
9 Oct 06
As long as i like the girls religion doesnt matter. There is no diff b/w christain, hindu,muslim. Love , it has no barriers. Language , religion,caste,color, not a problem. Love its eternal............
@pormadi (1300)
• Indonesia
10 Oct 06
thanks for the great answer
@shi_2000_21 (2681)
• India
9 Oct 06
marriage with muslim family. He/she must be pscho to get married in muslim family.
@pormadi (1300)
• Indonesia
9 Oct 06
How does it ("he/she must be pscho") come?
@apnagopal (178)
• India
9 Oct 06
I dont agree bcoz it creates problem in the families.
• India
9 Oct 06
its not a big deal.. they can live separate....
• India
9 Oct 06
i don't see any problem with that, however society may not agree with me so the people concerned should be ready to accept the risks involved since it might be a very bold step in some backward societies
• India
9 Oct 06
society will have to accept it...there's nothing wrong in it..... ppl are bound to superstitions they must be enlighted abt this... but if someone want to live in dark and dosnt want to see the light wat ever we do they dont agree with us...
@kelz784 (975)
• Australia
8 Oct 06
If they are in love anythings possible
@istanto (8571)
• Indonesia
9 Oct 06
agre with you
• Indonesia
7 Oct 06
Honestly, I do not agree a marriage between muslim and christian. I don't mean that a good relationship can not be built.
8 Oct 06
What prevents a good relationship being built?
@selvamdp (373)
• India
9 Oct 06
y not????? it depends upon hte individuals thnkin... i completely agree with it...
@tigertang (1750)
• Singapore
9 Oct 06
Love is blind and God is not some nut case that gets in the way of two people who love each other and cannot bear to be without each other - Then again what do I know, I'm recently divorced
• India
9 Oct 06
yeah
• India
9 Oct 06
yeah
@rahdua (255)
• India
9 Oct 06
Honestly & Frankly I would not prefer getting married to a gal of different religion as it may cause problems & difficulties in future. Adjusting once religion is not my cup of tea. If I get married to a muslim gal than I would prefer that she should adjust to my suits & moreover her family too.
• India
9 Oct 06
i do agree coz i'm not religious... and i want everyone to accept it too.. there is nothin wrong in inter religon marriages...
@borg_queen (2535)
• Philippines
9 Oct 06
I know some people into inter-faith marriage. And they get along just fine.
• India
9 Oct 06
Definitely i will not accept. if you get a son means what is his religion. Definitely you will get a clashes between you and your wife.