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Bottom line: if you’re not an observant Jew, why would you want to be bar mitzvahed; if you do not practice Buddhism, why would you want to be a Buddhist monk?

It is a matter of sacramentology, as well as common sense.

Especially against the Jewish people from whom all Christianity is derived.

ANSWER: The practice of the Church is not a matter of discrimination any more than the practice of the Jewish faith, which only permits practicing Jews to celebrate their bar mitzvah, or the practice of the Buddhist faith, which allows only practicing Buddhists to enter Buddhist monastic orders, are cases of discrimination.

Without understanding the role that marriage plays in this process, it can be easy to abandon the idea of finding someone who's pious and of the same faith—a task that requires much patience, an iron will, and near-constant prayer.

But to those who do understand, it's unquestionably worth the wait and the price.

It is also a family church that is in obedience to Christ's Church.

Collectively they give us an Orthodox model for marriage. It is not about being out of control or losing control.— Father Alexey Young It's very possible to have a good life and successful relationship with someone Christian who's not Orthodox, but there's more to the purpose of marriage than simply establishing a nice life with a permanent companion.According to the Orthodox Church, the real purpose of marriage is to attain salvation.Jewish family law is divided between Hasidic and Rabbinical Jews, though both provide that a “foul odour” can be grounds for divorce.The Muslim marriage ceremony is fully legally binding, since a , a Muslim marriage registrar, is a public servant, but it is generally then also registered as a civil marriage at the justice ministry.Unlike the wedding ceremonies in most non-Orthodox churches, marriage in the Orthodox Church is not a contract—a legal agreement with the exchange of vows or promises—between two people.