How successful can a marriage between people of different religions cultures and languages but similar personalities be?
A Christian should not marry a non Christian (2 Corinthians 6:14). However, if a man and woman are already married and one of them becomes a believer, they need not divorce their partner. Allow that person to leave of their own initiative if they wish (1 Corinthians 7:12-13). Otherwise, they should plan on fulfilling their duty to their spouse.
As for cultures and languages, I would hope that a great deal of thought went into the marriage before it took place. Those are issues that might be a struggle for some people. For others, perhaps they have no affect on the relationship. It really depends on the people and the severity of their differences.
Ultimately, the most successful marriage partners will share religious beliefs, whether or not they belong to the same church. In other words, their values (family, respect, kindness, etc.) will be the same or very similar. People belonging to the same church may profess to be the same but may have opposing values, and those differences may not be apparent until tragedy or other difficulties arise. Finding someone who claims to have the same religion (they belong to the same church) is only the first step in choosing someone who will be truly compatible.
In my opinion , i think religion or anything shouldn't come between two people in love
Just as we have different races of people, different languages, different geographical regions, different food tastes, different cultures etc, similarly we have different religions. Most of these religions are culturally or geographically specific. (additional answer) People are always coming up with new ideas; we have new inventions, new political ideas, new forms of art, and so forth. It is not surprising that people also come up with new religions periodically.
Transcaucasia is called the mountain of language because this was a prime area of migration because of it location between the black and caspian seas. This narrow stretch caused many different ethnics, languages and religions prime in this area. This diverse range of religions, languages, etc. made it a prime area of conflict also. Hope this helps.
The simple answer is that the old testament was "written" by Jewish people, and the new testament was "written" by Christians, but historically, the bible was likely first written in (languages, not religions, sorry) sanskrit, translated to greek, then to latin, and then into modern languages, with adaptations given by different sects. Incidentally, there are three major religions grounded in parts of the bible, typically referred to by scholars as Abrahamic religions, namely Judaism, Christianity…
They should speak different languages so that they can speak to other people who don't have the same language as them and also it is good for getting a job, if someone sees on your report that you are qualified for more than 1 language you get more opportunities and also you can learn what other religions believe if you know a different language so that you can understand what they believe if it is…
The only official language of Uruguay is Spanish and Uruguay has no official religion. All religions and sects are accepted in Uruguay so there are many. The most popular is Roman Catholic but also there are a lot of atheism. The language is Spanish and the country has no official religion. All religions are accepted within the country so you may see many different religions and sects. Spanish and Roman Catholicism
There are many different religions. One religion is Christianity. This is divided into 3 other religions. These religions are Roman Catholic, Protestant, and Eastern Churches. There is also Islam, which is divided into 2 other religions. These are Sunnite and Shiite. Other main religions are Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Sikhism. There are also Traditional Religions. I do not know exactly how many religions there are in the world but these are most of them. I…