Why Not Intermarry

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by Rabbi Ari Kahn   

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By Happy Abraham on December 6, 2010 -- 4:42am

A crow cannot become an eagle. A lion cannot become a cow. An apple cannot become orange. But all have to co-exist as under one God. Inter marriage is against the heavenly principles of God just like the earthly principles like the law of gravity, law of motion etc. In the heavenlylaw, interrmarriage breaks God’s covenant and promises and purposes. It drives people away from God and causes one to sin against God. Solomon, king of Israel did this. Even King David sinned before he got married to Solomon’s mother. Intermarriage in another way is sin before God. It leads to the destruction of Godly life and commandments of God.Take this issue very seriously people.

By MYLES SANOWITZ on February 15, 2011 -- 1:42pm

INTERMARRIAGE MAY NOT BE GOOD FOR THE CONTINUANCE OF OUR CULTURE,BUT IS GOOD FOR OUR HEALTH. TOO MUCH INTERBREEDING IN THE SHTETLES OF EASTERN AND CENTRAL EUROPE HAVE ALLOWED OUR PEOPLE TO BE AT RISK OF MANY GEBETIC ILLNESS WE HAVE ALL HEARD OF TAY-SACHS,BUT WE ALSO SUFFER FROM GAUCHER DISEASE,NEIMAN-PICK DISEASEAND MORE THAN ONE TYPE OF LETHAL DISAUTONIA. WE NEED NEW BLOD IN OUR BLOODLINES AND MUST TRY TO CONVERT THE NEW PARTNERS.

By Doubter on June 13, 2013 -- 6:42pm

I say this with full respect and admiration for ethnic Jews, my significant other being Jewish…

...but this is pretty much hateful xenophobia. I have been reading a few of the articles on this website, and I find your sense of community to be narrow-minded and harmful to humanism. It’s what I call tribalism; it’s definitely something to be ashamed of if you want to preach a moral high ground.

Maybe your community dies if you sever anyone who wishes to progress it.

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