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Bob Jones University, the private Protestant college in South Carolina, lost its tax-exempt status in 1983 when the Supreme Court ruled that its policies banning interracial dating on campus were “wholly incompatible with the concepts underlying tax exemption.” Orthodox Jewish organizations, several of which publicly dissented from the Jewish community’s broad endorsement of the high court’s decision, now worry that similar consequences could befall Jewish organizations that decline to recognize gay marriage.

“It remains to be seen whether gay rights advocates and/or the government will seek to apply the Bob Jones rule to all institutions that dissent from recognizing same-sex marriage,” Nathan Diament, the Washington director for the Orthodox Union, said in an email.

The proof of this is the existence and common use of conversion rituals. Some forms of ethnic chauvinism bear larger historical burdens than others. It's indisputable that some Jews greet the non-Jewish spouses of fellow Jews with less than warmth and cordiality.

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“I don’t think I can answer that question without knowing more specifics, but it’s certainly going to be an issue,” Verrilli replied. Will Jewish schools lose their tax-exempt status if they don’t recognize gay couples?

Tribalism, by contrast, looks inward with worried concern.

The primary concern of Jews, as with other ethnic minorities, is maintaining the survival of their own group, not keeping out others.

There is no reference to excommunication or dissolving such marriages either in chapter 10, 13 or elsewhere in Nehemiah.

Forced divorce and excommunication of foreign women previously married to the Jews of Israel does ocur in Ezra chapter 10.