2 Corinthians 6:14 (KJV) 14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness? Equally yoked is a biblical phrase referred to in the Christian community that is oftentimes used to justify a decision made about a relationship or marriage. Although a relationship can have similar characteristics, to be yoked together carries the connotation of bearing the same burden as two animals plowing a field. Meaning what do they have in common to complete a task. In Greek 2086 /heterozygéō is used figuratively of Christians wrongly committed to a partner holding very different values (priorities), i.e. that run contrary to your faith (in God). For 18 years my wife and I have different beliefs. She believes in Jesus and I don't. We are considered unequally yoked but what difference does it make if the family is blessed through the head of the household. It is more important that the man find an equally yoked mate than it is for the woman. It is not her responsibility and besides Paul was talking to the men. Believing in separate Gods should not bring harm to a marriage when the motivation surrounding Gods is to do no harm. Unequally yoked can be race, culture, character, religion, education but not Gods when each claims to be the one and only path of righteousness.