Not I, but yours isn't the first successful atheist/non-atheist relationship I've seen.
My father is an atheist, my stepmother a Protestant Christian (I disremember what kind,) and he attends her church on Sundays as well. The church members know he's a nonbeliever, and still welcome his presence there. In fact, the church's pastor even has regular informal discussions at his home after church with him, and other interested members of the congregation, where my father asks questions (respectfully, of course,) and the pastor or others try to answer the questions for him. He participates in their charity efforts, and tells me he has a lot of fun interacting with his wife's church.
Mixed relationships and marriages are possible, and can be richly wonderful pairings if both are openminded, respectful of the other, and mature enough to recognise that differing opinions don't have to lead to spitefulness or hatred.
· 9 years ago