Why I Wouldn’t Marry a Muslim, with Ada

By Staff Writer

Ada was in the Middle East while in the military. She met Muslim men who were flattering and attractive and understands why American women might want to marry one. However, she shares with us in this video why she wouldn’t marry a Muslim. Her concerns are based on the difference in the religions’ teachings and following what is true. She draws attention to the loving approach to others that Christians are taught to have (I Corinthians 13:4-8,13) and how this teaching is lacking in Islam. Islam, she says, is false teaching (Matthew 7:15, 16).

Ada reflects on how sad it would be to loose one’s children to a mother-in-law or other woman to teach them a different basis of life than we have in Christianity (in divorce, the father retains ultimate control of the children). Ada reminds us that the Bible teaches we should not be unequally joined to unbelievers (II Corinthians 6:14), which would be the case if a Christian marries a Muslim.

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