Skip to comments.Clinton Wedding Raises Questions of Interfaith Marriage
Posted on 07/29/2010 8:43:14 AM PDT by Kaslin
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First thing I thought of too. Next they'll be telling us that red and green M&M's are different candies.
Would an interfaith marriage be a problem if neither party is faithful to their religion’s teachings?
What, the Mezvinskys worshipped an upright stone, too?
And here I thought they were Jewish.
Can’t add to what you said well.
A liberal Jew is a Jew in name only...no faith exists
I agree 100%. I come from a jewish family that my 8 great-grandparents came from eastern Europe in the very very early 1900’s. My mothers side through away their religion at Ellis Island and simply assimilated. my grandfather even anglicized his family name. There was NO G-d and NO faith and I mean none. Now there was Jewishness, minimal and watered down, but an absolute rejection of any “communal religion”.
Many of the 2nd & 3rd generation are obviously blind liberals. Wanna-be yenta elitists that have lost touch with reality. Their quality of character is quite horrifying in both thought and actions.
Judaism is nothing to them. At my “Ultra-Orthodox” wedding, my “mothers blood” family was virtually non-existent in participating—there was no simcha (joy) for them—they wouldn’t dance etc.... So far removed from their heritage and lost in a sea of blind liberalism.
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