By Eric J. Greenberg
A news article about England’s Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and his book The Dignity of Difference, which claims that all major monotheisitic religions are valid ways to understand God and salvation--a claim that many in the Orthodox community c
By Toby Axelrod
A news article about a converted Jewish woman who is Germany’s second female Rabbi.
By Sharon Luckerman
Interview with Cam Kerry, presidential hopeful John Kerry’s brother, who converted from Catholicism to Judaism and married a Jewish woman.
By Ivor Davis
Interview with Istvan Szabo, writer and director of the film Sunshine, a tale of a Hungarian Jewish family that converts to Catholicism so that they can fit into society better and lose their heritage and roots in the process.
By Allen Salkin
News article about new trends in Jewish wedding contracts. Reprint.
By Jeff Rubin
Profile of a National Public Radio host Scott Simon, who adopted an Asian girl and whose mother was Catholic and father was Jewish.
By Naomi Pfefferman
Review of The Grey Zone, as well as a look at the film’s main actor, David Arquette , who stars as a guilt-riden guard at a death camp during the Holocaust.
By Buzzy Gordon
Profile of Robby Benson who started in The Chosen and is now moving to North Carolina to teach at Appalachian State University.
By Michael Aushenker
Profile of Giselle Fernandez, the famous Jewish Latina co-anchor on California’s Channel 5, KTLA who grew up in an interfaith family.
By Nate Bloom
Nate Bloom's column on interfaith celebrities covers Jewish, half-Jewish and intermarried 2008 Oscar nominees, including the Coen brothers and Daniel Day-Lewis.