Oh yes it matters! And rightfully so: no matter what anyone says about it all being the same, Religion usually is adhered to because it sums up the convictions & beliefs, both moral & personal, of a person. True religion defines a person. I'm not talking about when you are baptist because your grandma was: I'm talking about when you firmly believe the doctrines & morality upheld by your religion. A truly religious person loves God. More than they love their spouse. Which is why it takes an equally devoted spouse to understand! Yes, religion matters.
No. The only people it matters to are the religious. I don't believe in organized religion, and my fianc?e is a devout Christian. And I'm the one that goes along with what she wants to make our relationship work.
It depends, I am atheist, my wife is assembly of god, we have been together for over 20 years. so the answer can be a no and yes, but it depends on the individuals and what they want to make of it. My wife and I do not discuss religion, she goes to church, and I do not, very simple. If either party make a deal of it, then it is done, because it cannot be resolved.
No of course it doesn't. My mom is agnostic and my dad is christian and it doesn't matter them. My parents don't care that I'm atheist either. My first girlfriend (and my only girlfriend so far) is a christian. It doesn't matter and it shouldn't
I think it does matter I would have to have a strong Christian to get married to because Im a Christian. And I believe if I date/marry someone who's not I will be unequally yoked and wont be able to serve God the way I should. Because when you get married you are one so if one believes opposite of the other it would affect me I dont know about others though.....