Protestant catholic dating

Do you think that its ok for a catholic to marry a free methodist?Join Our Christian Dating and Take The Dating & Marriage Quiz --- If you haven't married yet.But if a Catholic guy asks me out on a date, should I accept? Is there even a possiblity that we can come to a neutral agreement in our faiths if we decide to date and marry? So, yall can get married but there might be some conflicts in your beliefs. Ask Him if he approves of you marrying outside of your belief and see what he says.Catholics believe that you have to pray to Mary and things of that sort, but Christians believe that we pray through Jesus. But if you marry the person and already know that there could be some issues and still marry them, then you are responsible if they come up. Our opinion is just that, but we don't have anything to do with your life, God does.(experience talking) Why don't you research Catholic doctrines and practices for yourself and see if you could live with them?Sounds like you may already have your eye on a Catholic guy. that b/f or g/f, spouse is asking one to do things out of the will of God and scripture. And if one isn't married yet and this is in your relationship, uh...them!!!Catholics believe that you have to pray to Mary and things of that sort, but Christians believe that we pray through Jesus. But if you marry the person and already know that there could be some issues and still marry them, then you are responsible if they come up. Our opinion is just that, but we don't have anything to do with your life, God does.

Hi, It is not God that created divisions but people.I mean anyone can marry, Christians can marry unbelievers, atheists can marry Christians, but it probably wouldn't end well.So, yall can get married but there might be some conflicts in your beliefs. Ask Him if he approves of you marrying outside of your belief and see what he says. maybe I should of made my self clearer put that word in the statement you think? Well of course they can marry, but the question is, will it last?If a person is making someone I don't care who it is regardless of religion or whatever, but manipulating and wanting them to violate their conscience in what they believe morally about life, God or religion, whatever it is............... The Bible talks about not being unequally yoked, but what about relationships betweeen a Protestant/Christian and a Catholic? I mean, besides our common beliefs in Trinity, there appears to be absolutely nothing in common in everything else! I mean anyone can marry, Christians can marry unbelievers, atheists can marry Christians, but it probably wouldn't end well.

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