Online congregation so Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra got married two weeks ago they had two weddings, respecting each other's religious beliefs with neither one of them changing their religion. Some online critics are saying that this is absolutely beautiful but for me, it brings up a question that I’ve heard come up often. Is it truly possible to marry someone of a different faith if both people are actively part of their faith? Most automatically folks say yes but then the question comes up, “well which faith do you raise the kids in?” Nowadays a lot of people don’t care about raising their kids in a particular faith and will allow them to choose their own path, we see this happening every day.
What do y’all think? Is it possible to raise children just teaching them multiple faiths and letting them decide? Can two people with strong Faith convictions (or even political convictions) actually make a marriage work? In my humble opinion for the Christian, there's more danger of entering into an unequally yoked marriage...is not only there's a clashing of belief systems, but also there is a God-given love that will never be experienced, for how can a man love his wife like Christ loves the church if he doesn't believe in Christ nor embraces His church? How can a wife submit to her husband as unto the Lord, if she doesn't believe in the Lord?
What're yall thoughts?