So my fiance and I are getting married soon and we both attend different churches. He is baptist and is much more religious than I am for the most part, and I attend a Lutheran church casually. Well he told he that he believes that with him being the man he has a obligation to God to be the head of the house, and that I should be submission. Well what exactly does this entail? Is it a control situation or what exactly, and how will it be if we are married and I agree?
Asked by Anonymous at 5:24 PM on Dec. 1, 2008 in Religion & Beliefs
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Answer by scaredmommy08 at 7:07 PM on Dec. 1, 2008
Could mean anything really. It could mean he wants you to be submissive to him or it could mean he expects you to either convert to his religion and raise your kids in it. You the one that is around him does he seem like the type that wants to dominate you? Does he order you around a lot? There is just too many ways to take that statement. We don't know what context he said it in and we don't know him personally so it is hard to tell. One good way is look at the relationship his parents have that is probably going to be what he expects of you. That is his normal so that is what he is going to want.
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