It was also assumed that although my fiancé was Catholic, his religion was less important and that he likely did not believe in it to the same degree Muslims believed in their religion.We were not asked what drew us together, how we met, how we managed differences. We had discussed the option of one of us converting but decided this was not for us.The publication of the document, which will receive a high-profile launch at Westminster Abbey today, is significant because those supporting it include imams from the more orthodox Islamic schools of thought and evangelical Christians.
Although marrying between faiths is entirely legal in Britain, couples often face resistance and hostility, both from family members and religious leaders.The counsel he gave us was excellent, focusing as we did on what made us similar.If you were to ask the animals, who sends rain from the sky to enliven the barren earth, they would reply: 'God.' So you should proclaim God's praise. The life of this world is merely a sport; it is only an idle pastime. Second Corinthians (KJV) tells us not to be “unequally yoked” with an unbeliever.The imagery is of two incompatible oxen sharing the same yoke.