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Someone I used to be with is Catholic and recently discovered that he wants to pursue his faith more seriously.
I don’t mind at all but he ultimately felt that because I don’t believe in the same thing, he’ll end up making decisions in the future based on his faith that I won’t be able to fully understand.
I mean, I'm in a relationship with my boyfriend and God.
Well, his Christian God (a God I don't believe in).
"The best religious predictor of being happy in a relationship is praying together as a couple," said Brad Wilcox, who authored a recent analysis on minority couples and religion, to Christianity Today.But I said although that’s admirable, I’d rather take that money and pay off our mortgage or save it for the kid’s college funds.I honestly don’t know if his religion is just an excuse because he fell out of love for me or if it is really true.He says I won’t be able to support his decisions and/or I’ll resent him.An example is if we were married in the future, he would want to donate lots and lots of money to the needy because he’s willing to sacrifice his own selfish needs to help others as God would want him to.
Orders placed with the waiter, they each take a deep breath, ready to dive into a new line of conversation. Even during the contentious 2016 presidential election, people preferred political conversations to religious ones. Religious compatibility isn't a top-of-mind concern for many relationship seekers, who are often more focused on finding someone who likes the same television shows or outdoor activities.