The Polydox position on intermarriage is that the freedom granted an individual by the Covenant of Freedom includes the right to marry whomever the person wishes. Traditionally, Orthodox religions have taken as their right the authority to determine whom a person may marry, and otherwise invade the most personal areas of their members’ lives. Polydoxy rejects Orthodoxy’s claim to such authority on the basis that no credible evidence exists to justify this claim either morally or legally.