Would you date someone of a different religion?
~Ms. Galletly: Depends on how different the religion. He would have to be a Christian because I am and that's how I'll raise my children.
~Amanda: Idon't believe in discriminating when in relationships. If you happen to fall in love with a person of another religion, so be it. You can't stop love from happening just because of a difference in faith. I know plenty of people who have parents of different religions and they have found a way to work it out.
~Ms. Archer: Yes, I have and as long as you respect one another and one's religion- it's okay. Children complicate this issue- which religion will the children practice?
~Kristen: Yes. I don't think that the religion matters if you love someone, you love them for who they are and not to whom they worship.
~Ms. Lansou: Yes, I prefer it. Intelectually and spiritually stimulating.
~Ms. Kovach: Not sure. Probably not. I believe in Christ fully, and if someone didn't believe in Him, that would probably make me feel alone on a spiritual level.
~Coach Johnson: No- all that really matter in life is my relationship with God by being a Christian and only another Christian can understand that.
~Mrs. Stephenson: Depends on how different- definitely only another Christian.
~Mrs. Shaw: No, religion is very important to me and the foundation of a marriage.
~Mrs. Gordon: This would be difficult for me. The Bible says "Be equally yoked!"