By Rabbi Carl Perkins
Professional advice from a rabbi on how to approach the gray areas surrounding burial, belief, and ritual when deciding how to bury and commemorate a loved one in an interfaith family. Also, a description of traditional Jewish
By Penny Schwartz
A news article about Sandy Eisenberg Sasso who wrote God’s Paintbrush, the first children’s book to address the subject of God without connecting with one particular religion.
By Toby Axelrod
Reprinted news article about the controversy over a famous and (many think) anti-Semitic German author, Martin Walser, and his new book, Death of a Critic.
By Teresa McMahon
Personal narrative by a Chrsitian intermarried woman who is raising Jewish children, describing her monthly book group meeting which, coincidentally, also has become an interfaith marriage theraphy session.
By Cheryl F. Coon
Review of The Cave of Reconciliation: An Abrahamic/Ibrahim Tale, which tells the story of Abraham from the Jewish and Muslim perspectives.
By Rahel Musleah
Profile of Marge Piercy, a Jewish Renewal writer and poet whose most recent works are featured in The Art of Blessing the Day: Poems With a Jewish Theme.
By Azell Murphy Cavaan
Review of The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life, edited by Ed Case and Ronnie Friedland, a compendium of Interfaithfamily.com’s best articles on interfaith families and their Jewish experiences.
By Cheryl F. Coon
Review of The Jewish Approach to God: A Brief Introduction for Christians by Rabbi Neil Gillman, which explores God using Jewish texts in order to help Christians and interfaith families understand Judaism’s relationship with God.
By Edmund Case
Book review by Ed Case of The Jew Within, in which Case describes the "evident hostililty" of the authors toward intermarriage and suggests that "the opportunity to foster the Jewish involvement of inermarried people lies--in their fam
By Susan Katz Miller
Review of Secret Love by Bart Schneider, a tale of the fatalistic romance between a Jewish man and a black woman.