Heidelminicast Q&A: Should A Christian Attend A Wedding Between A Non-Believing Relative And A Muslim?

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  1. This is interesting. I think you’re right, it depends how devout the Muslim man is, what kind of wedding it is, if she is expected to recite the shahada. I know more than one woman who married a Muslim man in a Muslim ceremony. I personally would not attend in that case. It is doubtful that a devout Muslim would concede to a church marriage.

    • Good question. We were discussing this very issue yesterday. I agree that there’s a distinction to be made between a civil wedding and a religious event and attending the latter would be more difficult.


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