[102] Interfaith Relationships: Not Really a Controversial Episode

I really should write a script which says “Sorry for the delay in posting; ________ got in the way.” Because that’s what happened this time. This podcast was recorded on February 15 — the day after Valentine’s Day! The day after the day celebrating love (which technically is also a day to celebrate love. Like the other 363 days of the year. But anyway…)

So: We finally get around to talking about interfaith relationships and what our respective communities think about them. And why. Are attitudes changing? Are there certain challenges when a relationship or marriage crosses cultural or religious boundaries? We take a look at some of the relationships of those close to us and discuss.

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Music Credits:

Title Theme (Intro and Outtro):    Perfect One (Man Bites Dog) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Interstitial Music:  Invisible Light (Instrumental Version) (Josh Woodward) CC BY 3.0

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