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The New Testament in 1 Corinthians says that a Christian woman may marry only a Christian man (and vice-versa) (see also 2 Corinthians -18).At first glance, this divine counsel seems too restrictive, but looked at more deeply, it demonstrates a lot of wisdom.Finally, this article gives the top ten rules in the Quran that oppress and insult women.Islam, as the whole world knows by many, many reports, does not honor women.Islam does not give the same rights to women as it does to men.In fact, the Quran clearly says that women are inferior to men.Neither partner starts off as an "infidel" or "heretic." In Biblical Christianity, the man and the woman must have a deep, spiritual relationship with Jesus Christ, individually, through the power of the Holy Spirit before they become one flesh in marriage.This means their spiritual intimacy with the Lord will be shared in the couples own intimacy with each other.
Also, would the children be Muslims or Christians, or secular?If a married couple starts their walk together with the same faith and theology, then this takes the pressure off of possibly converting the partner to the others faith.One partner does not have to "evangelize" the other partner.Besides this practical reason, if a Christian understands the New Testament, then he or she must not marry a Muslim, for spiritual and theological reasons. They must raise their children in spiritual harmony, as followers of Christ. Both Christianity and Islam allow the marriage of different races.Conclusion My criticism is not leveled against Muslims but against Islam as a religious system and against its early violent history, when Muhammad himself was founding the original community, and against its later violent history. For example, a white Christian can marry a black Christian. In Christianity, the only requirement is that each one must be a believer and follower of Christ and receive the Holy Spirit. More important, it is about our relationship with Jesus Christor absence of this relationship, sadly.