Methodist beliefs about interracial dating 100 dating site from spain
So many persons who are raised as a JW, do not consider themselves JW's (although the outside world might perceive them this way) and they live with partners whom they choose 'freely' (of course one has to take into account some pressure from family, peer pressure and pressure from society in general, which limits the free choice of most persons).
1) Since many JW's are married and belong to a different religion before they get baptized as a Jehovah's Witness, interfaith marriages are not so rare among JW's (typically only the wife converts to JW's).
So in these cases you have relationships between real JW's (who go door to door and to all the meetings) and only 'name' JW's (inactive ones who do basically nothing).
It is however not a disfellowshipping offence to date or marry a non-JW.
I do not know if there are any official sanctions against female JW's who marry non JW-men (the position against women is more relaxed, I think).
It is not a disfellowshipping offense but that does not make it a less serious law.
It is a wise advice that each one has a choice to take or not to take, and each choice has corresponding pros and cons.
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When they do marry, the same advice as given in 1 Cor. 3) Many persons who are baptised as a JW, fade away and become inactive (this means they do not go knocking on doors anymore for a period of 6 months or more).