Tell them you are very serious about their son and just be truthful, don't hold back with anything. I think that you should see if you believe in the religion first. You should do what's best for you first, and then you guys as a couple.I'm guessing as long as it won't drastically effect your life and you don't have to be so strict about everything you might be okay.but don't do anything that you think will make you miserable in the long run just for him.
Maybe you can discuss how you want to raise your kids if you have any and see if you guys are on the same page, I think that's most important - the children.
Personally, I would say you have to ask yourself is converting to Islam something you feel in your heart, or something you want to do for the relationship.
Faith isn't something to just brush aside as irrelevant, it should be the 1st on the list of priorities to look at.
I'm a christian woman who has been dating a Muslim guy for a year.
His parents are very religious and recently he asked me to convert to Islam.
If i chose this path my parents would neglect me and if he stays with me his parents would neglect him.We care,respect and love for each other alot but our parents come first in our life.Do we break up with each other just to please our parents ??? You stay christian, he stays muslim, if his parents don't like it or if he forces you to, **** it. Its the 21st **** century, is religion still around causing problems? I'm a Muslim man and what you just said is utter rubbish let alone poor advice for the girl.First of all, if you are willing to even THINK about dropping your religion, you are not a true Christian, you might as well be an agnostic/atheist. Next step, the only reason they want you to convert to islam, is so they have a classic islamic wedding. Cleo First of all, no matter what people tell you you must not allow anyone to determine or influence your decisions in life, even him.If he is telling you to convert as you mention, you need to ask him why. Secondly, you must and I have to reinstate this, you must only do what you feel is right in your heart. If it comes from the bottom of your heart and it's what YOU want to do, then by all means do your research and do what you feel is best.There's no way on living earth you can just convert to another religion for the sake of a relationship or the love you have for him. Parents are very important without a doubt, maybe you should take the time to speak to his parents and vice versa. If you think Islam may be good for you, it's another story.