By Jim Keen
The personal narrative of a Protestant man raising his daughters Jewish who "helps" them celebrate the Jewish holidays, while they "help" him and his parents celebrate Christmas.
By Tracy Hahn-Burkett
Review of The Nativity Story, which relates the events leading up to Jesus’ birth, by an interfaith couple.
By Jane Telluride
Personal narrative from a Christian intermarried woman who was frustrated the Jewish holidays were observed with greater deference than Christian ones in their home, and decided to change that.
By Naomi Geschwind
The personal narrative of a woman who was raised in an interfaith family, recognizing the Jewish holidays in a religious manner, while only secularly celebrating the Christian holidays.
By Rabbi Julie Greenberg
Professional advice article advising intermarried families not to be afraid to discuss Jesus with their children and to explain that each parent thinks differently about him.
By Marissa Rose Green
The personal narrative of a young woman raised in an interfaith family celebrating holidays with cultural and familial meaning, but has now connected with her Jewish identity.
By Rabbi Arthur P. Nemitoff
Professional view from a rabbi about Jewish sensitivity around anti-Semitism, described through the story of a young boy from an interfaith family who felt uncomfortable singing a song about Christ in school, and whose father understood, but
By Sheila Goldberg
The director of a religious school discusses a child of interfaith parents attending a Jewish religious school and she shares her personal experiences.
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative by a Protestant man who is raising Jewish children, describing how even though he cannot dress up as Santa Claus and surprise his kids with presents in the morning, his role as the tooth fairy is nearly as good.
By Emily Case
The personal narrative of a woman raised as a Jew by interfaith parents, but as a child she feared that Jews may not accept her because she celebrated Christmas.