"A must read for scholars interested in law and marriage.
A well-researched intellectual history of Catholic and Protestant views of race and interracial marriage and an intriguing analysis of how these views influenced interracial marriage in the United States.
She is coeditor of Race, Religion, Region: Landscapes of Encounter in the American West. This book's creativity makes it a necessity for graduates and laypeople interested in interracial sex and miscegenation laws in the US.
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It was also assumed that although my fiancé was Catholic, his religion was less important and that he likely did not believe in it to the same degree Muslims believed in their religion.
We were not asked what drew us together, how we met, how we managed differences. We had discussed the option of one of us converting but decided this was not for us.
The publication of the document, which will receive a high-profile launch at Westminster Abbey today, is significant because those supporting it include imams from the more orthodox Islamic schools of thought and evangelical Christians.
Among those who have signed up to the document include Sheikh Ibrahim Mogra, a prominent Leicester-based imam from the conservative Deobandi school, the Right Rev Paul Hendricks, associate bishop of Southwark Catholic Archdiocese, and Amra Bone, one of the only women in the country to sit in a Sharia court.
The counsel he gave us was excellent, focusing as we did on what made us similar.
Among mainline Protestants, acceptance of homosexuality stands at 56%, higher than among the total U. Members of the Episcopal Church and United Church of Christ have the highest levels of acceptance, roughly seven-in-ten.