Dating my step cousin
Because you have one parent in common, you are partly (half) related "by blood".IN-LAWS: If your brother or sister gets married, his/her new spouse becomes your sister-in-law or brother-in-law, but the family of your new sister(brother)-in-law does not become related to you, only in-laws to your newly married sibling. I know I’m a territorial person, and often times unnecessarily jealous, but this would make me go ballistic. It doesn’t sound like it’s too close for comfort, but trust me, it is.No, the bible doesn’t actually use the word “cousin” but it also doesn’t use “omnipresent,” “trinity,” “Halloween,” “Christmas,” “omniscient,” etc.
Many blended-family parents disagree over how to raise his, hers, and their children.
I didn’t plan on writing on this subject but to my surprise, there is an alarming number of Christian sites that believe it’s okay to marry your cousin.