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My philosophy is if it's not real then it really doesn't matter and I'm not spending my real time arguing about something as objective as the kabbalah monster.

Can an atheist and a believer build a strong, lasting marriage? Her family loves me and everyone else says we're the perfect couple.

You enjoy one another’s company and have highly compatible personalities.

Those are important ingredients when it comes to building a lasting relationship and laying a firm foundation for a successful marriage. It’s an arrangement within which spouses have to learn how to cooperate, work together, and hammer out mutually satisfactory compromises.

The focus is to teach the kids, not shove things down their throat. :)I guess the thing that I wouldn't like is that all Christian denominations besides the Mormons that I can think of believe in salvation by faith. I think the key is that we both respect each other.Many times they don’t give any real consideration to the long-range ramifications of that decision.It seems obvious that you and your girlfriend have a strong friendship.Because I don't believe in any of it I have no problem w baptism or having an old guy wave his hands while I kiss my wife.As for schooling I would prefer to send my kids to Catholic school ( I did 12 yrs) because my best friends are people I hung out with when I was 8 and I would not want to take that opportunity away from my kids.

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