Should Your Protestant Son Marry a Catholic? - Protestant, Catholic, Who Cares?
Doctrinal differences are so. . .yesterday. The Christian apostasy, and post-modern relativism make doctrinal distinctives (that people used to fight over), less and less important to the Millennial. Pew research finds that there is much less difference in the theological perceptions of professed Protestants and Catholics. 98% of German Protestants and 97% of German Catholics are fine with intermarriage across religious communities. That leaves us with the question: Should your Protestant Son marry a Catholic daughter?
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