When questioned about religion's propensity to unite or segregate, a considerable number of people cite moral and doctrinal disputes as factors contributing to religious divisiveness. Could religious interfaith be the resolution to this issue? As adherents to the Christian faith, we find pleasure in engaging in faith-related dialogues with individuals spanning all religious backgrounds. However, we don't partake in interfaith practices in the context of worship. The Bible, through unequivocal terms, affirms that God has consistently disapproved of interfaith from inception to culmination. The amalgamation of varying religious beliefs via interfaith is as improbable as achieving a seamless blend of oil and water by simply combining them in a vessel.