In others, religious tradition opposes interfaith marriage but may allow it in limited circumstances.
Several major religions are mute on the issue, and still others allow it with requirements for ceremony and custom.
Interfaith marriage is also distinct from the concepts of religious assimilation, cultural assimilation, religious disaffiliation, and apostasy.
To keep the quote from getting overly long, however, I selected the elements that have to do with race. The overwhelming truth is that they are welfare, because their parents are on welfare, because their parents were, etc? Because they feel the country owes them something because their ancestors were slaves. One thing that tends to happen is a lack of interest in education. SO, should these people – not Blacks, but the people who live in these situations, who happen to be predominately Black, mingle with the more educated class of people, who, by no virtue of their race HAPPEN to be white, mix? Granted, without the Fall there would be no illness or anything of that sort, so whatever the original basic pigmentation etc.Why would that same God condem love because of skin color? it wasn’t god’s intention to have a multicultural race of humans dwelling in his creation. The vast majority of these highly Black communities happen to be poor. Also presumably the mutation for blue eyes would not have occured.pre bibical or parallel to genesis, the first creation was in africa. Similarly individuals entering an area with a higher level of sunlight would not get sunburned and skin cancer so there would not be a selection pressure for darker pigmentation.The parallel in the context of public policy is also apt, since American law recognizes the legality of divorce and remarriage and the church does not. American law’s time-honored deference to the separation of church and state is very much in evidence regarding divorce.The First Amendment’s admonishment against government interference in religion is respected.How will Catholics eventually deal with the reality of same-sex marriage in American life?Well, consider the issue of divorce and remarriage. I’m no theologian, but the comparison of same-sex marriage with the issue of divorce and remarriage seems theologically apt.This depends on religious prohibitions against the marriage by the religion of one (or both) spouses, based on religious doctrine or tradition.In an interfaith marriage, each partner typically adheres to their own religion; this excludes a marriage of a spouse belonging to religion X to a spouse who has undergone religious conversion from religion Y to religion X.Catholic teaching states that any sexual relationship outside of the sacrament of marriage is wrong.Hence, those in same-sex relationships and those remarried without annulment are in pretty much the same position from the perspective of the church.