I feel your pain people. I have learned this painfully with my child growing up in the LDS community. Between kids and his work and his being asleep in the living room chair, there is no communication. Someone already said it, but unless you are planning on converting, this is a dead end relationship. As someone born and raised in the church this has been very difficult to moderate and there is some social pressure to become more involved. If it's true, it'll come out of the criticism looking better. I suggest to run as it will not get better. I guess I was just hoping there was way for it to work.
I work in a different industry and have worked away from home my fair share. Want to add to the discussion. I don't want to sound like I hate what he does but it's really difficult to be flex parents every time. I entertained without him, but with frequent phone calls, lol. First of all, Mormons are people so there is a spectrum of what they actually believe on a personal level, and what beliefs are most important to them.
No doubt that all rightetous persons will accept Christ but not everyone that dies will be righteous. He does not place the marriage above it. I work in a different industry and have worked away from home my fair share. Do you work Easter, the day after your baby is born, weekends, nights. Is this a sign of my own weakness. My dear faithful LDS aunt married a good non-member man. I hope he can do it.
The first time that happened could have been viewed as a warning sticker, and been your cue to exit stage right. By that I mean that we ought to consider simply marrying within the faith and in the temple for all the reasons that people have given. We can't tell you that. They don't want to accept that someone can understand the doctrine and choose to reject it. And there's a story I'm going to look again for too. My husband did his best to do the same though a medical career makes it a challenge. You'll be richly rewarded. Besides the obvious brain damage that you will be made to suffer your entire married life, there are future kids to think about. Children thrive on clarity and consistency.