Interfaith marriages are on the rise.
According to the General Social Survey, 15 percent of U.S households were mixed-faith in 1988. Then, in 2006, that number rose 25 percent. Today, less than a quarter of young adults surveyed said they think it is important to marry someone of the same faith.
But religion isn't just about worship. It trickles into how couples raise their families, manage their finances and live their day-to-day lives. We asked our panelists if they grew up in a mixed faith home and what their experience was.
Were you raised by parents of two different faiths? How did that influence your beliefs?