Because we love each other, and I know for certain that she desires to know the truth with a passion, we want to work out our religious differences and come to a common understanding of truth.
You might be able to evade the differences now but eventually they will start to haunt you.
If you are finding "many spiritual similarities" between the two of you then that tells me one of two things: 1.
I have always viewed Mormonism as a cult, but have tried to keep an open mind by weighing her views with the Bible.
I'm struggling with whether their beliefs are acceptable for salvation or not.
The point is, get her to confront what the Mormon church really teaches.
It is only by bringing this out now that you two can really look at and discuss the differences between Mormonism and Christianity.
Either you or her, or both of you, do not really understand your respective faiths.
Or, 2 (and related to 1): One or both of you are not that "serious" about your faith.
" But it has happened to many other people who felt the same before marriage.
There is a reason there is such strong directive in the Scriptures about a Christian not marrying a non-Christian (2Cor ).
Although your site has helped tremendously, I have a much deeper problem.