Look up both of the cases you cited on LexisNexus, and you will discover that neither are good law anymore due to appeals court reversals. Specifically, no appeals court or any other reviewing court in this country has EVER let a decision stand that was based on some type of religious law. We have old cases regarding Jewish Rabbinnical law that establish this conclusively, and the higher courts have always held consistently with that ruling.
Like I said, you can come up with isolated instances of a trial court deciding almost anything. That doesn't make it the applicable law, and it certainly doesn't make something of concern to our national system of jurisprudence.