When a Christian marries an agnostic, or anyone of non-Christian belief for that matter, this unity of purpose and direction is not possible.
There's just one catch: she's a strong Christian, but I don't believe in God at all.That marriage failed when she realized that she didn’t love me. We both have no doubt that we will be together until we die, at which point we will be separated. Even Milli and Vanilli are different—in fact, they aren’t even themselves.According to her, I will go to hell and she will go to heaven—or, in my version, we will be dead. I am not a woman who was born in San Jose, CA, grew up on a farm in upstate New York, matured in Washington, has six siblings, and is passionate about her family and her faith.Wait a minute, maybe we aren’t so different after all! Everyone has the ability to relate to the fervent wholeness of faith, and to understand how it can permeate every aspect of one’s life.You don’t have to share the same faith to know how your spouse feels about their spiritual connection.