Some unbelieving husbands condemn wives for going to church.
Some forbid them to listen to any “Jesus/church” music in the house or car.
But over time it's most likely to become a source of pain, given that your marriage can't be centered on Christ.
"Unequally yoked" has evolved into a graded criterion for an optimal mate rather than a simple test for an acceptable one. Quality survey data reveal only two serious, churchgoing evangelical men for every three comparable women.
Thus, one out of every three evangelical women is not in a position to marry a man who's her "spiritual equal," let alone "head." This elevated standard now translates—for women, at least—to something like this: "Find that uncommon man ...
SEE ALSO: It's Time to be OK with Never Getting Married In Deuteronomy 7, Moses is instructing the Israelites in their responsibilities as the people of God.
They have been freed from slavery and are now free men, about to enter the Promised Land.