By Dr. Jeffrey Greenhut
Personal narrative by an unconventional (retired military officer, Republican) Jew describing how he, his non-Jewish fiancee, and both of their families from previous marriages celebrate each other’s holidays.
By Amy Meltzer
Making distinctions about what we do and don't eat in a way that is rooted in, but not wedded to, Jewish tradition turns cooking and dining into a meaningful experience.
By Larry Rosenwald
My Judaism has had to be such that I could present it proudly and with conviction to a serious Quaker.
By Robert Leiter
Profile of Harvey Cox (a Protestant college professor) his marriage to a Jewish colleague, and his book that resulted from their experience together, Common Prayers: Faith, Family and a Christianís Journey through the Jewish Year .
By Lindsey Silken
Easter in Kentucky with her new boyfriend--she thought it would be fun, but in retrospect wonders how she didn't know what she was getting herself into.
By Lynn Melnick
New books for Passover include two that translate the Four Questions from Hebrew into different languages and two new haggadahs.
By Sue Fishkoff
News article about InterfaithFamily.com’s 2007 Passover/Easter Survey.
By Mimi DuPree
There's a reason "unremittingly bleak" is not a shelf category in the Barnes and Noble Children's Section.
By Susan Goldberg
My mom was a big feeder of people. When I started dating Rachel, whose parents and siblings were scattered across the globe, I think my mom felt the need to feed her, too. That's how they bonded.
By Galit Breen
Thinking about and questioning religion is a great way to find new ways to pique our family and kids' interest in the holidays.