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Interfaith Marriages
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Something to think about…. What parts of interfaith marriage would be similar to or different than interracial marriage? How would you rate the aesthetic quality (beauty) of interfaith marriage?
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I do Traditional dress Accommodated the important elements of the respective religion Careful not to offend the in-laws
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Different Strokes for Different Folks Attitude toward Interfaith Marriages Islam Places restrictions Judaism Actively discourages Hinduism welcomed
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Islam “What’s important to the Moslem is that someone believes in God and can always be held accountable to something. Atheist, Buddhist, Agnostic or Unitarian Universalist women may not be eligible to marry a Moslem man.”
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Islam A Moslem male is permitted to marry a woman of the Book (Christian or Jew). To preserve the Moslem faith, a Moslem girl is NOT allowed to marry outside of the religion. A non-Moslem male may only marry a Moslem woman if he FIRST sincerely converts to Islam.
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Hinduism Does not preach race or religion. It is very broad
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