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Assalamu Alaikum, I reverted to Islam in Feb. of this year and am Married to a non Muslim man. First of all he is not an idolater nor has he set up partners with Allah. He is a Christian but not by Christian standards, neither he nor I have been raised to believe in the Trinitarian concept. He accepts Muhammad as a Prophet and the Qur'an as scripture, it's just that he has no interest in becoming a Muslim as in praying 5 times a day.We have no children of our and nor will we ever be able to have any. He has at all times been very supportive of choice and has made sure that my needs as a Muslim have been met.When we married we swore to each other in front of witnesses to love, honor and cherish each other til death due us part. These are vows that we have taken very seriously. Now I have read that there were cases in the distant past in which the couple was allowed to remain married and I am wondering if we would be able to as well. I have no one in the area in which I live in to be able to discuss this with. There are no learning centers in fact as far as I know I am the only Muslim in the area. Jazk Allah Khair.