Is it possible for a Muslim man and a Christian woman to date and coexist in one household?
Just about anything is possible if both people are willing to focus on the things they love about one another instead of trying to get the other to change. If you can't accept someone as (is) then move on.
Very few people are walking around with a hand held up screaming: "I'm looking for someone to change me!" Most people want to be loved and accepted for who (they) are.
There are only two ways to experience joy and peace of mind in relationships: We either get what we want or we learn to be happy with what we have. Accept or move on. The choice is up to us!
Hi I wonder why you are asking this.. but to answer, dating as known in the west is frowned upon in Islam and living together is completely unacceptable. You should also know that a Muslim man may marry a Christian woman but a Muslim woman is it allowed to marry a Christian man1
I need texts and references on what is said about wedding bands
It really doesn't matter as most people "cherry pick:" whatever scriptures they want to follow or not follow. I've never heard of any religion forbidding wearing wedding bands. However if someone doesn't want to wear one they're not going to.
There are different opinoions , no set rules. Some say wedding bands are a western tradition , so should not be copied, others say it's ok .but engagement rings are less acceptable. And as I said men can never wear gold rings
Not sure abot the dating thing, however, for a muslim man it is very much possible to have a christian, or jewish wife (since both of them are following religion that believes in one God - not their fault that the religion got twisted that God had to send Muhamad to bring it to the right way - by the way, I'm saying this as I remember it being told in the religion classes I took about islam). Could those two religions coexist in one household? To a degree - once children would come to the equation, the muslim man would be obligated to teach them islam, but not the christianity.
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