Probably depends on how serious you are about your religion. If you both don't really care, then it isn't an issue... but if you both believe really strongly in your own, and will both want to raise your children in your own, etc., there could be problems. You guys need to talk it out and decide how the children will be raised and if there are problems to overcome based on your individual beliefs. I couldn't, personally, marry anyone outside my religion. But that's why I only date people within my religion. ... It is the most important thing in my life. For many though, it isn't that big of a deal, and those compromises are made easily. It just depends on you and the person that you want to marry. If you guys can work it out, then go for it. :) If not, then decide whether you can live with the consequences, and make your decision accordingly. If you have known each other long enough to know for sure that you are compatible, and that you each respect the other's religion, then there's no reason it should not work. Many couples of different religious beliefs have had long, successful, happy marriages. Just be sure to discuss, and agree on, how you plan to bring up any children you may have. You could expose the child to both religions, then when the child is old enough, let him/her make up their own mind as to which religion they feel is the one for them, and not put any pressure on the child as to which religion he/she prefers. The most important thing is to always respect the other's religion, and to never criticize their religious beliefs. As long as you want God in your life, and as long as you are good TO each other, and good FOR each other (and there is a difference, but both are important), then you will be able to work out any other problems you may have. You will also have to make sure your families respect your partner's religious beliefs also, and not let them pressure or criticize your partner, nor should you let them pressure your child(ren) into choosing a particular religion, as well.
They are nearer to philosophies than true religions, but both stem from Buddhism which IS a true religion.
Your assumption is faulty. There is no evidence that all religions will be replaced.
Can equality be achieved, I don't think so. Since there are so many different religions that all have different beliefs and practices, there is no possible way to reach religious equality. there is no such thing as equality.
Every guy and every relationship is different. If you truly love each other and if the guy is open to the idea of marriage you just have to be patient and he will propose. This is what I learned at howtogethimtopropose.com and I am getting married in October!
Some may say so, but as long as they truly love each other it won't matter.
no the grass has nothing to do with it, it is the person that decides and it is different for every person
"Don't judge a book by its cover" "Is the grass truly greener on the other side"
The sacrament truly bring about what they represent and the sign is a symbol of something
Religion controls us, religion stops us from many things. It stops us from believing other religions; it stops us from marrying people from other religions; it stops us from going to a temple, or church, institutions of other religions . Therefore, religion is not liberating, religion controls. All religions control but all religions are good….they are like kindergartens. They teach us the ABC of God. If you want the Truth, if you want to truly live, we need to go beyond religion, not change our religion, we need to believe in spirituality; believe that we are all Divine Spirits; believe that we may appear to be of different religions but in reality, we are children of one God - the one creator that has created everything. Then we will break these beliefs of marrying in the same religion. We will actually be questioning the need of marriage - whether we really need to marry because the ultimate goal is liberation, freedom and unification with the Divine.
Find someone who truly loves you and marry that person. If the person you once loved and loved you back is getting married, then that person does not truly love you because that person would have married you and not that other person. He/she would've stayed with you instead.
No, real Christians are people that truly follow what the bible says. People who are catholics and part of other "religions" should not be called christains either.
she never truly married
no they arent now he is married to Michelle mccool
i think you should get married when you truly love someone or is mature enough to handle a comited realationship....
Ifi truly knew i wouldn't be looking this up!
Like the old saying goes "More than you can shake a stick at!" Some religions have one (1) follower others claim a third of the human population. In some jurisdictions a "real " religion (for tax purposes) has to be registered. Other folks feel that since they've founded their religion on direct divine instructions no gov't agency should need to be involved. Then there are sects of existing religions who may be claimed or disavowed by the parent group. There is no truly accurate answer. The appended link lists 1000 Religions. Not truly an exhaustive list, it has Jedi, but misses the Church of the SubGenius and Pastafariansm.
when u cant stand to be without that other person or when u truly happy with that person and u want to die married to that person
If they are truly emancipated, yes. Note that in almost all states, getting married emancipates a minor.
Each religion in the world contains elements that adherents of the religion believe truly happened, although followers of other religions might believe they did not happen. Whether or not the events portrayed in a scripture really happened is less important than that the stories built around those events are intended to guide us on a true path.
Yes even if you are married in the court the wedding ring will show that you are really and truly married person.
Yes, he was legally married to Phyllis Gates from 1955 to their divorce in 1958. Gates has said she truly loved him and was unaware of his homosexuality when they married.
The person is put into water 3 times to wash away their sins.AnswerAccording to some Scriptures we enter the Kingdom of Heaven where Christ is King through our Spiritual birth in Baptism . "'Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born anew, he cannot see the kingdom of God.' Nicodemus said to him, 'How can a man be born when he is old? Can he enter a second time into his mother's womb and be born?' Jesus answered, 'Truly, truly, I say to you, unless one is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.'" (John Ch 3) It is obvious that we should see baptism as a parallel to our natural birth into the country in which we are born.AnswerIt depends, greatly, on the particular religion you are referring to. Different religions have different ceremonies and for different purposes. Not all religions have baptism
Dr. Dre is married to Nicole Threatt. They were married in 1996 and have two children together - Truth and Truly.
Rosa and Raymond got married because they waz truly in love and when you truly in love you marrie someone but you got to make sure that person you marrie is the one that you love and want to send the rest of your life with
When the other one is truly significant to you.