My fiancee is a Jehovah's witness. We're supposed to be married in three weeks and I'm just now finding out about the mechanics of his religion. With my being a Baptist I can't help but think it's wrong but I won't judge him. I'd like to work past it but I'm afraid of how this will work with our future children. I love him. I'm just worried. What should I do?
Should a Baptist marry a Jehovah's Witness?
That is a decision only you can take. You must ask yourself how important your Christian faith is to you and whether you are prepared to compromise your religious beliefs.
The U.K. Baptist church I became a member of (when I first became a Christian) is Trinitarian, unlike Jehovah's Witnesses who say the Trinity is pagan. In 2015 they published an article in the Watchtower magazine saying that all Trinitarian churches are part of the antichrist. Does your fiancée go along with this view? You need to ask him. (Source)
You also need to ask yourself how important Christ Jesus is to you and whether your fiancée is prepared to respect your religious convictions and attend your church with a view to learning who Jesus Christ REALLY is - that He is not a created spirit called Michael the Archangel.
Please read this Christianity Stack question: What is the Biblical basis for the belief that Michael is not Jesus? Asked by Curiousdannii January 2020 – Biblical Basis for the belief that Michael is NOT Jesus
Choices we make in the here-and-now will have eternal consequences in the here-and-after.