Is it possible to be unequally yoked with a believer? I ask because it feels like that sometimes with my husband and I. I'm really into Jesus and he isn't. He used to be on fire like I was in our youth, but we both fell away. While God called me back into a deeper love relationship with Him, my conversations about God with my spouse has been strained to say the least. Instead of simply falling away and being convicted of my relationship with the Lord, it's like he believes something entirely different.
I believe the Bible is 100% infallible. He thinks it's open to interpretation, and that anyone who says "This is exactly what God means" when quoting from the Bible is arrogant because we don't 'know' so how can we say we do?
I've mentioned to him that the Holy Spirit reveals these things but he's very skeptical of the supernatural, especially demons and angels. I've pointed out that opening the Bible for interpretation means anything is on the table, and maybe Christ isn't the Son of God, maybe He isn't the only way to God, maybe He didn't rise from the dead - where does it end?
He never has a good comeback for this hypocrisy in saying you're a believer and then saying the Bible is open for symbolism and such. If the Word of God isn't a ROCK, then we've got nothing to stand on. But he claims to believe in Christ just as he always has, but I keep coming back to the verse that even the demons believe and tremble. I pray for him all the time and I'm very worried about him. I'm unsure if he is a believer, because I want to say he is due to our history of being together for over half our lives -- but his words make me wonder...
Hence the original question of this post... What do you guys think? If one Christian is on fire and the other is backslidden, is that unequally yoked? Is it possible with two believers?