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The fact that he separated the races show that he did not intend for the races to mix."Roman Catholic Church: In 1996, the church forbade church marriages if the husband-to-be was a paraplegic, and thus presumably could not engage in sexual activity and consummate the marriage.

The couple was free to be married outside of their faith. Predominately Muslim countries: In most countries with Muslim majorities, a Muslim woman may not marry a man who is not of the same faith. During the late 1990s, a university professor in Egypt who considers himself to be a Muslim, wrote a book suggesting that Islam was in need of a reformation.

It said that national and state officials from the denomination were working with the local church to overturn the policy.

On Saturday, the Sandy Valley Conference of Free Will Baptists, the regional body of the denomination, released a statement saying the church policy was "Null and Void," because the vote was not held in accordance with proper parliamentary procedure.

They were found guilty to a felony and were not permitted to be together in the state for 25 years Almighty God created the races white, black, yellow, malay and red, and he placed them on separate continents.

And but for the interference with his arrangement there would be no cause for such marriages.

These ministers wanted to see slaves '...united under the laws of God, even if their marriages were not recognized by the laws of man'." U. miscgenation [interracial] marriage: Also in the US, miscegenation laws that restricted marriages on the basis of race were enforced in many states starting with Maryland in the 1660s.

Burden said churches within the denomination govern themselves autonomously and the national denomination cannot impose rules or sanctions on the church, but can only remove a church from the national group.

"Eventually, white ministers began to conduct church weddings for slaves.

Historian John Blassingame notes that from 1841 to 1860, half of the marriages in South Carolinas Episcopal churches were slave marriages.

“We hope to continue to work to try to prevent this from ever happening again.” The young couple at the center of all this had not planned to get married at the church, but this incident settled any doubt on the matter, Stella Harville told CNN.

As far as whether she and her fiance would ever return to the church, she said, "I won't say never, but it's going to take a while." The CNN Belief Blog covers the faith angles of the day's biggest stories, from breaking news to politics to entertainment, fostering a global conversation about the role of religion and belief in readers' lives.