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When I was in high school -- a moderate episcopalian school which I ended up in by chance -- I skipped the weekly chapel most Wednesdays without paying penance.

I spent those mornings happily hanging out at the local doughnut shop instead of listening to an hour of sermons before algebra.

You know it makes me uncomfortable." (me, all squirmy) "I wish you would open your mind a bit more.

You would be such a powerful Christian woman..." (him, being sincere) "You'll never convert me! " (me, in near tears) "Jesus's love for me is real." (him, unwavering) "I wish you would read Hitchens! All of us." (him, unwavering) "You love him more than me." (me, in tears) "I do.

Yet we all know rule #1: You can't change a person.

But then, somehow, his Christianity will snake back into our relationship, resulting in heated, teary discussions about how we'd raise children.

I can't help it." (him, pious)I do feel, in general, we are -- and are entitled to be -- harsher on our partner's views than with someone who isn't going to raise children with us, i.e. My boyfriend says I have a visceral reaction to anything Christian, but it's because deep down, I know he wants to proselytize me.

He's even admitted he hopes I'll "come around." I get so defensive and angry, I start throwing out obtuse generalizations like "religion has oppressed women for centuries!

He watched with me sans complaint and gets what I see in Edward.

He is communicative and sensitive (ladies, isn't this what we want? He would be a loving, patient father and says he will work hard for the rest of his life so that I can live like a princess.