Thanks for all your answers
There's some things I need to clarify:
I - it's not like I haven't talk this over with my friends, family and my priest. I'm just posting this here because I'm really stuck;
II - it's caused great resentment in me the fact that she chose to be an evangelical particularly because I can't tolerate this religion very well. I don't hate them or anything, I just don't have the patience to deal with them.
I could tolerate a roman catholic, an evangelical poses as a new challenge;
@DeniseDenise: if I choose not to marry her, things would be pretty comfy for me, but not the child. That's precisely why I'm considering marriage. I don't think I would do it if it weren't for the child.
@Minnesotan: I mean wicca, for the most part.
Candomblé is just weird.
@RaphaCam: thanks for your prayers, man.
I talked to Marcelo a couple times about this.
But I'm looking at him with other eyes now, since he actually recommended my fiancé to seek an exorcist in a pentecostal church (at least, that's what she said to me). Sooo... yeah, if that's really true I wouldn't ask him for advice again.
"something missing" .."we have some personal incompatibilties " like what? Are they enough to thwart a happy marriage? If so I wouldn't do it. Even for your kid's sake, do you want him subject to an unhappy marriage his parents have?
Sounds like you have a few issues that need worked through before you seriously consider marriage, but I really do hope you take none of the advice here, including my own. Situations like the one you are in and other serious matters would be better off in conversation with those that know you better and care about you than a faceless anonymous internet group.
Like things concerning home order, ways to deal with the kid, different personality traits and preferences.
I really don't like she's very unorganized and the fact that she's quit a couple college courses and talks about quitting her current one so often. Not a good example for the boy.
I think it's enough to ruin a marriage when a person has no commitment to improve her behavior and her life situation.
I also think it's enough to ruin a marriage if she tries to raise our son evangelical.
I don't think the fact this is an anonymous forum will weight in my decision. I take things for what they are, not because someone I consider decent said them.
People have said decent things so far, so why am I to disqualify these opinions based on the fact that the given person is anonymous? I can analyse the opinion for itself