For followers of orthodox Zoroastrian practices, marriage to someone who is not Zoroastrian is a sin. But in India, one in three Bombay Parsis (the name for followers of Zoroastrianism in India) now marries outside the faith. Most of those who marry out are women. And the children of these marriages, under the strictures of the priests, are not considered Parsis. The result is a dwindling religious community. After researching this topic (the arguments by both those who oppose intermarriage and those who support it) discuss the reasons religions encourage people to marry within the faith. Are there any religions that encourage marriage outside of the faith? What are some possible benefits for a religion that allows intermarriage?
Before writing on this topic, you need to do research on the marriage practices of Zoroastrianism and other religions. This is because you are required to do research in association with each of the discussion topics so that you can provide well-informed opinions. Ensure that you provide original writing (do not copy the words of your sources) and that the citations are in proper MLA (Modern Language
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