A non religious dating a mormon
“My husband and I have had to become much more intentional about the ways that we relate to one another.When you have the same belief, you assume a lot without asking.
At least he has for me by questioning why I think what I think.
“I have become more liberal in my thinking because of him and changed Lutheran denominations because of that,” says Julie.
“We both can agree, and I love the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.
But I’m often curious about how he sees something differently, so I ask.” Nolan, an atheist married to a former Methodist, echoes Alise.
“It’s opened up a lot of discussions, and we’ve learned a lot about each other through conversations about our core beliefs.” Others say the difference has increased their mutual trust.
I’m more liberal now, and a lot of my friends act like I’m crazy, especially about abortion issues and gay rights.