Interfaith marriages in many cases are underrepresented in LDS discussion on dating, wedding, and eternal existence.

Interfaith marriages in many cases are underrepresented in LDS discussion on dating, wedding, and eternal existence.

Although I’ve often heard marriages like mine called “backup” possibilities

We look at essential shield to interfaith relationship and marriage try a reticence inside Mormon faith to positively befriend and really associate with everyone not within religion. We refer to them as “non-Mormon,” but that phase is indeed unusual and so alienating; both my husband and I deeply hate it. “Non-Mormons” aren’t non-persons, or non-entities – they truly are good, loyal, and beloved young children of Jesus. I think this labeling comes into the world out-of anxiety about “the business,” and persisted focus on Mormons as a “peculiar someone.” While i will read certain historic origins with this mentality, for me, really bizarre. Continue reading