Yes, definitely. (Elaborate.)
No, it isn't. (Elaborate.)
In a previous thread, it was brought to my attention that to be someone's partner, sometimes, your religion matters. This person (who shall remain unnamed) claims that girls have taken an interest in him, but because he was an atheist, they shunned away immediately. This can go either way. If you're an atheist, can you date a religious person? [spoiler]Atheist: Someone who doesn't subscribe to any and all supernatural deities. Includes agnostics of all kinda. Religious person: someone who believes or hopes for a God and an afterlife. Isn't exclusive to church goers or faith holders. [/spoiler] On the show, "The atheist experience", one of the hosts say that his fiancé's family thinks he's satan because he's an atheist. Likewise, I have also turned down girls because their religious beliefs were to extreme for me (abortion, evolution, etc.) So, what do you guys think?
It depends on how much they want the kids to believe what they do; If it's a theist, it's not much of a problem for me if they want to educate the kids on it. However, I'd have problems if they want to introduce the kids to atheism. It's just too depressing and negative a viewpoint for me to let someone raise my kids with it.