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Not because I have some fancy Ivy League degree hanging on my wall, nor because I’m a published marriage counselor—no, I’m a marriage expert because I’ve been married twice. My first marriage was to a lovely woman of like-spirituality. I know this, because my second wife, an even more lovely Christian woman named Rachel, told me so.I’m a big believer in the school of you-don’t-know-it-until-you’ve-done-it. We were both humanists (which is a fancy term for do-gooder atheists) of Jewish descent. Rachel also told me that our marriage is a resounding success, and I believe her.I'm really concerned that she influences my son and he starts having all those crazy ideas that she has.She's a beautiful and appears to be a sweet girl but she's Atheist and that goes against our family values and morals..Kate began calling herself an atheist when she was old enough to explore the issues on her own.This wasn’t a big deal in the community she lived in, where religion was kept private and most people she knew were not very religious to begin with.I don't really want my son to see her any longer I have talked to him but he won't listen and last night he got really angry and told me that he doesn't want to hear about it any more or I won't see him again if I try to bring that up one more time.
The boy is the 3rd and he's 27 and he works as a PC programmer..Either way, we won’t be together anymore, and that’s sad. Rachel is a Christian and I am a heretical Jewish humanist. Christians and people of other faiths are different. I never will be that woman, and while I can understand her, empathize with her, feel pretty in her clothes, and love her deeply, I will never really know the depths of her experiences or the convictions of her beliefs.