Category Archives: Pluralism

Valentine’s Day and interfaith couples

Valentine’s day is a celebration of love,  and many of them choose to get married on that day as well as the New Years day. Pictures of Interfaith  couples followed by the positive side of the story and links to a few good romantic songs at – An album of interfaith couples will be set

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About Interfaith Weddings

Interfaith Marriages in America Research continues on the intricacies of Interfaith Marriages. Dr. Mike Ghouse Nearly 40% of weddings in the United States are interfaith. Indeed, two in five South Asian Americans marry outside their faith, that is, marrying with a Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Jew, Sikh, or the other that includes even Atheists. The Religious

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Interfaith Weddings

One must admire the couples that marry outside their tradition, ethnicity, faith, and race. Indeed, they are doing what the spiritual masters had done for thousands of years; to fall the barriers between people, and learn to respect the otherness of other and accept the God given uniqueness of each other. I have seen disappointments,

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