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Old 01-26-2015, 02:00 PM
 
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What sort of discussion since this revelation have you had regarding your relationship? Be wary that a person, especially with regards to religion, can be brainwashed into ideals that aren't their own. At this point, you need to determine where your relationship stands with him on his priority list.

If you haven't already done so, you need to sit down with him and let him know how his decisions are affecting your relationship, your daughter, your familial unit. You need to find out if this has anything to do with his love for you, or is he marching blindly down a path without regards to his surroundings.

Maybe therapy is an option, at least to air out on neutral ground the big picture. One cannot not assume anything just because of a change in religious belief. Yes it is basely unfair to strip away traditions and your beliefs just for the sake of his, unless you did it by choice. You need to let him know you choose not to take away those traditions from your household, and find out how he reacts to that.
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Old 03-28-2016, 11:30 PM
 
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I'm black. I considered I was a Jew.
My wife thinks I'm crazy. I started following the laws in the old testament.
She kicked me out. Not sure if my beliefs had anything to do with the separation.
I look to follow the laws given to the children of Israel. I also didn't have any Christmas trees up and suggested she not either. My kids asked me saying because I don't celebrate christmas in December does that mean you're not coming over for dinner. I did go over to hang out with the kids and wife but not because of Christmas in December which I believe is false and what that time actually is, I believe is called yule.

I also didn't buy any chocolate Ashtaroth eggs this past weekend.
I celebrate Christmas in April.

The children of Israel (Native American/Canadian, blacks, middle easterners and Asians) I believe need to follow the law.
I believe all people should follow Jesus and not this world's customs.

My wife won't leave the catholic church which I believe is the church of Satan. I'm going to try and visit her on Sept. 15. I believe the scriptures say there is going to be a new pope.

Try to stay married if it is OK.
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