Okay, so you went into this with eyes wide open. If it is what you agreed for it to be, and everything was out in the open, above board, and mutually accepted, so be it. I retract that final statement about the marriage being a sham and apologize for my overstatement.I don't agree with his view on this and I wish he didn't feel this way. But he was open about this from the start. Your comment about my marriage being a sham is very unhelpful and rude.
But then I'm not sure why you would complain about being exactly where you expected to be.
And I still stand by the idea that it is a sham to say your (his) belief is based on his religion when the scriptures that define that religion make no such statement--indeed they say quite the opposite. To try to maintain those two positions simultaneously is, at best, illogical and, at worst, delusional. But as you say, you knew this going in, so you'd already decided this was acceptable.