Not only are people of different faiths accepted by their spouses, these types of unions are supported by most of the community.
It is viewed as societal progress to secular Americans.
One of the areas of our lives where these technological transformations have been especially striking is in the dating scene.
Use of the Internet has changed the way we date, offering both positive and negative consequences.1. One of the best changes is in the way that potential daters meet each other — you don't have to go out to the bar scene unless you really want to.
Rather than working for one institution for many years, people constantly look elsewhere for better salaries and opportunities for advancement.
Often, this means relocating to other parts of the country or world.
Studies have shown that the methods used by these websites do not yield the hoped for results.
Online dating services have become a way for people to meet and date one another.
In some cases, this is a way for people to meet and marry their significant other.
However, marriages across faiths can lead to more arguments and disagreements in relationships.
They can also severely affect the faith of the more religious spouse causing him or her to be unhappier.
Others have stories filled with confusion and frustration.