It seems a bit out of place at The Economist, but the rise of interfaith marriages is a fascinating subject for discussion:
Yet American rates of inter-faith and inter-denominational marriage are rising, to the point where 45% of marriages in the past decade have involved either two religions or Christian doctrines that clash seriously…
There are a lot of reasons for this, as the article points out: People are marrying later in life so family traditions no longer weigh as heavily on their minds. Marrying someone of a different faith is no longer as taboo as it used to be.
I wonder, though, if atheists break those trends.
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