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Given the rise of interfaith marriages, it seems whether you are Christian, Catholic, Jewish, Buddhist, Greek Orthodox, Muslim or none of the above, religion is no longer necessarily a pivotal player when it comes to the power of true love.
According to a recent three-year nationwide study entitled, The Spirit of Generation Y, religion simply does not play a huge part in young peoples’ lives these days.
Conducted by the Monash University and the Christian Research Foundation, the survey reveals the religious beliefs and opinions of those born between 1976 and 1990, and found that fewer than half of Australia’s young people actually believe in God.
In some religions however, a shared faith can play an enormous part in dictating if a couple in love should be allowed to take the pledge to spend the rest of their lives together in holy matrimony.
If this all sounds a little serious, it is worth remembering that the common link shared by all of these religions is the emphasis on love and respect in marriage, and beyond “faith or no faith”, the rest is up to you.