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Marriage; an interfaith guide for all couples.

Marriage; an interfaith guide for all couples.

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Published by Association Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marriage.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 251-253.

    StatementEdited by Raban Hathorn, William H. Genné [and] Mordecai L. Brill.
    ContributionsHathorn, Raban, ed., Genné, William H., ed., Brill, Mordecai L., ed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ734 .M384
    The Physical Object
    Pagination253 p.
    Number of Pages253
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4753675M
    ISBN 100809617609
    LC Control Number78093429
    OCLC/WorldCa81149

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Though interfaith relationships are so common today that in some faiths and age groups they are almost the norm, the couples involved still face difficulties that same faith couples do not. This book is a frank discussion of religious identity, of the many factors to be considered when an interfaith romance becomes a marriage, and of the /5(4).

Marriage; an interfaith guide for all couples Hardcover – January 1, by Rabbi Mordecai Hathorn, Rev. Raban (O.S.B.); Genne, Rev. William H.; And Brill (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Author: John M.

Vayhinger, Hathorn, Raban, William Genne, Rabbi Mordecai L. Brill. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marriage; an interfaith guide for all couples. New York, Association Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type. These are some good words about the book -- Interfaith Marriage: Share & Respect with Equality “As a Christian Pastor I am always looking for resources that equip my ministry.

The author has written a respectful and "tell it like it is" book that brings together information on a subject that breaks apart many families. This book is helpful, insightful and a gem for people working with. “Interfaith Marriage: Share and Respect with Equality” is therefore an indispensable reading for aspiring interfaith couples and covers almost all conceivable aspects of inter-religious marriages, like conversion, dealing with in-laws, raising children, legal aspects of.

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Her stories and experiences using real-life people explain the loving and inclusive manner a couple is able to join both faiths to result in a ceremony that honors both religion and. David J. Rudolph, "Growing Your Olive Tree Marriage: A Guide for Couples from Two Traditions," Messianic Jewish Publishers, ().

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This book will be of help to youths in interfaith love relationship, their parents, community and religious leaders, intellectuals interested in comparative religions, and marriage Reviews: The Picture of Love Marriage Preparation Program is available for both Engaged Couples and Convalidation Couples explores the joys and challenges of living out the Sacrament of Matrimony with special focus on the importance of inviting Jesus to be the center of marriage and family life.

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You are the future, and this book can help you celebrate your union with all of the love, grace, and magic it deserves. Joining Hands and Hearts: Interfaith, Intercultural Wedding Celebrations: A Practical Guide for Couples () by Rev. Susanna. Interfaith marriages performed abroad are recognized by Israel’s Interior Ministry.

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First, an excellent book by David Rudolph which focuses on Messianic congregations as the answer for interfaith couples in Growing Your Olive Tree Marriage: A Guide For Couples From Two Traditions (Baltimore: Lederer Books, ). Her awarded winning book, Saffron Cross: The Unlikely Story of How a Christian Minister Married a Hindu Monk tells the story of her eHarmony-born interfaith marriage.

Dana blogs at   Trent tells the story of her interfaith marriage in a new book Saffron how-to guide on interfaith communication. The couple, who are now in their early 30s, met five years ago with the help of.From a Jewish perspective, this book guides interfaith couples at any stage of their relationship—from dating and engagement, to the wedding and marriage—and the people who are affected by their relationship in any way, including their families and counselors who work with interfaith couples.