Re: DH wants to convert. I dont understand...
I don't really see the problem. People change and evolve when it comes to their faith, to me it's a spiritual journey that we all take, even when it leads to non-belief. I think Judaism is a beautiful religion. My Dh is catholic and I'm not. We are raising the kids to be catholic. The older I get, though, the less I agree with Catholicism for my own personal faith, so I haven't considered it in a long time. I have no issue with dh believing differently, and he doesn't with me. I'm still on my journey, all I know is I'm a liberal protestant christian. I admire that he has found something that works for him.
Mama to 4 kids, DD 11, DS 9, DD 6, DD3