We've talked about mixed marriages, in which those of different religions wed, but we haven't talked about unions in which one spouse is a passionate believer of a particular faith and the other doesn't believe in any god. Recently, the Huffington Post addressed this subject in a video interview with Rabbi Levi Brackman, who talks about his religious mother and scientist father and how they made their marriage work. One of the most important points Brackman makes is that couples mistakenly think they're going to grow together. You often hear, in fact, couples say that they've grown apart. Brackman says it's absurd for people to think that they're going to have the same ideas as their spouse all the time or that they'll always agree, even on major issues, such as religion.