Our current dating portfolio consists of 1000's of websites all focusing on something unique.We have sites focused on special interests, religious, location and much more.Still, I concede that the irreducible alchemy of romance makes my cold logic rather difficult to apply to individual marriages.There are more things to a person—and to a relationship, one hopes—than religious beliefs.
For straight couples, shared biological offspring carry both parents’ genes, so the risk of a man being duped into raising some other guy’s kid while thinking that he’s “investing” in his own biological child was, and still is, a major adaptive problem for human males.
On the other hand, the very fact that she believes strongly in some divinely imposed morality should influence her behavior behind my back.
She may well be suffering a very bad case of the dreaded God delusion, but perhaps this isn’t such a bad thing for her atheist husband.
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Now here’s an absurd hypothetical: If I were a single, straight, atheistic male (in reality I'm neither single nor straight), would I be inclined to look for a similarly godless woman with whom to settle down and rear a batch of little baby Berings? Sure, I’d probably be “happier” with a fellow atheist.
Because we don't have any real data on the relative success of atheist marriages or rates of infidelity, and only a few surveys that include marriages between nonbelievers and believers as part of a much larger pool of “interfaith” couplings, we’re stuck in the land of speculation.