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One of the many challenges of intermarriage is learning about and understanding the religion of one's partner.
Even if a couple has decided on a particular religion for the family, and even if one or both partners are non-religious, it is important for each to appreciate the religious background of the other, which often is the religion of in-laws and other family members.
Miller is not known to have undertaken any type of formal study after the age of eighteen, though he continued to read widely and voraciously.Furthermore, a traditionally historicist approach to prophecy has led Adventists to develop a unique system of eschatological beliefs which incorporates a commandment-keeping "remnant", a universal end-time crisis revolving around the law of God, and the visible return of Jesus Christ prior to a millennial reign of believers in heaven.(For differing theological perspectives, see the articles on Progressive Adventists and Historic Adventists.) The Seventh-day Adventist denomination expresses its official teachings in a formal statement known as the 28 Fundamental Beliefs.Learning about each other's religion can help couples better understand each other and other family members.The following observations can help begin the learning process.