Dating someone of a different religion
Your question is deeply important for yourself, this girl and many other people today.
The reason it is important is that in the modern world it is more common than ever for people to meet and marry across ethnic, religious and racial lines.
I have seen many of these types of arrangements succeed quite well.
In answer to your question, you and this girl must decide what you each can and cannot live with.
In these situations, children and family celebrate all the holy days, learn about each faith and attend all the services.
The idea behind this solution is that partners will respect one another’s convictions and allow the children to make their choices upon reaching adulthood.
For the individual who is not committed to a religion there is often a willingness to convert for two reasons: 1) A wish to convert due to interest in the new religion and a wish to be connected to a new type of thinking and, 2) A wish to please their partner by doing something that they feel willing and interested in doing out of a sense of real belief.
However, if two people each feel strongly committed to and identified with their religion of origin there is a good chance that there will be nothing but grief between them in the future if they attempt to ignore their differences.
It is much easier for couples to agree about religion if the one individual feels a lot less strongly committed to their religion of origin.
When selecting a life partner, values, beliefs, and other cultural and religious factors are evaluated in a filtering, stage-like process called Stimulus-Values-Roles or SRV.
In the Stimulus stage, couples are attracted to each other.
For example, if you marry this girl with the expectation that the children will be raised Muslim she must completely agree or there will be major conflicts between the two of you in the future.
Generally speaking, people from different faiths can marry and succeed in staying together if they each agree on the religion they will practice or if they agree that they are not religious and do not consider themselves to be of any religious persuasion.
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Would you date someone who is a different religion? Do you think that a relationship or even a marriage can last if the partners involved are of a different religion?