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In the case of Mormonism, I have articles posted on the Web site that detail the official teachings of this religion, documented by direct quotations from its "prophets and apostles." See Mormonism for a list of these articles.
Most people are rather shocked to find out what Mormonism really teaches.
I have even received emails telling me it is "ridiculous" or "silly" to say that there would be problems in such a relationship due to religious differences.
So the first thing I do is to encourage both parties to better understand their own and the other person's faith.
But I address all of these issues in my book and in various articles on the Web site.
The next step is to do some studying on what the other person's faith teaches.
Sometimes the emails have come from the Christian involved in the relationship, but other times from the non-Christian.
Over the years, I have received emails from people involved in these various types of interfaith dating relationships.
I not sure how things worked out, but it was a sad situation.
But if the couple doesn't end up divorced, another area of conflict would be the children.
So he proceeds to try to "convert" the non-Mormon wife.
But when she is not willing to do so, a divorce inevitably results.
Many even refuse to believe, for instance, that Mormonism does in fact teach that our God used to be a man on some other planet out there, but by following Mormon ritual and rules he attained to godhood and was given this planet to rule over; and similarly, that Mormon men can one day become gods and be given their own planets to rule over. And again, I document very clearly on the Web site that such teachings are their official doctrines.