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Would you date someone who was religiously different from you?
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Posted 7/29/16
Yes, as long as it didn't effect too many aspects of the relationship.
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Posted 7/29/16
as long as it isnt Islam.
Posted 7/29/16
There are more than a few variables for me to take into account, but, offhandedly, I don't consider religion or lack thereof a primary concern. I try and steer clear of radicals, however. Whether someone is heavy-handed Atheist or hard-core Catholic, I tend to butt heads with black and white ideologies.
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Posted 7/30/16
Personally I have always believed that religion is a personal issue. So on principle I have no issue with religion. It would rather depend on the other person and their beliefs and views. If they are not ready to be equally accepting that I may not share their beliefs, then obviously it won't work.
Posted 7/30/16
Sure, as long as she's not an extremist.
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Posted 7/30/16
Meh. Why not.

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Posted 7/30/16
Depends on the religion, if their religion and my religion allows it then I don't see why not.
Posted 7/30/16
Excuse me while I be the one person who says no.
That's way too stressful.
What happens if we get married and have kids? What religion will my children follow? I believe in the afterlife. I'd like to have my wife and kids going to the same place as me when we die.
Posted 7/30/16
No.
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I selected yes, but I forgot Devil worship existed. I got a bit of a bias on that part because the Devil looks weird. Also, some cults are super weird, so ye. I'd change my answer to "depends on religion."
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It's not the religion that bothers me, it's how much of an obstruction the other person is willing to let the religion be.
If the faith takes precedence over the relationship then I don't want that and it would be equally unfair of me to stop someone from following something they believe to be the proper way o live.
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Posted 7/30/16

XxDarkSasuxX wrote:


Hail_King_Kakao wrote:

Depends on how devoutly they are. If they're casually religious doesn't matter to me.

I draw the line at shoving it down my throat or using it as an excuse to be a jackass.


This, although I would also add on what that religion is itself.
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