Marrying from Different Religions

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
is it wrong for people to marry if they are different religions Advice
If you mean wrong in a religious sense, each religion has its rules and regulations about who you can and cannot marry. Most religions let you marry anyone you love that is an adult and of the opposite sex. Some religions are more strict and require the person marrying into the religion to convert before the marriage is approved.

But if you just mean in a moral sense, there are MILLIONS of people who marry someone of a different religion. It's extremely common! Plus, many people change religions over the years. Many people change religion to match their spouse! So in one sense marrying outside your religion is a great thing - because your spouse might learn more about your religion, decide to convert and now you have even more people in your local church or mosque or whatever!

-- from Jenn
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