The real question should be, "Why would you want to marry a non-Christian?
He doesn’t judge anyone by their skin tone and neither should we.In the Old Testament God didn’t want His people marrying people of the other nations not because of race, but because they would lead His people astray. Then the Lord’s anger will burn against you, and He will swiftly destroy you.Marriage is about sharing our lives, and about the "oneness" that emerges from that shared culture.Marriage becomes the central situation in which we grow to become what God intends us to be, the context in which we also lovingly raise our children to know him.Various ceremonies and feasts accompanied the wedding day at different times in history, but the wedding was not performed, sanctioned or blessed by religious officials.
As far as is known, there was no exchange of marriage vows, and our commonly used marriage vows do not come from the Bible.
The marriage was neither a civil nor a religious matter, but numerous religious obligations came as a result.
Marriage was instituted by God as a lifelong commitment (Genesis -24, Matthew 19:3-9, 1 Timothy 4:1-5).
He loved the daughter of the king of Egypt, as well as women of the Moabites, Ammonites, Edomites, Sidonians, and Hittites.
The Lord had told the Israelites, “You must not marry people of other nations.
They do not want to be rejected, nor do they want to make people uncomfortable by talking about private issues like religion. Lukewarm people gauge their morality or “goodness” by comparing themselves to the secular world.