By Naomi Pfefferman
Profile of Adam Herz, screenwriter of the American Pie film series.
By Max Gross
Profile of Jewish screenwriter John Hamburg who wrote Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers, and Along Came Polly, and who is currently in an interfaith relationship.
By Dana Greene
Opinion piece and personal narrative from a columnist about her cousin’s interfaith marriage, and whether she should see it as a loss to the Jewish people, or a wonderful tale of true love.
By Wendy Weltman Palmer
Professional advice article in which a man contemplating intermarriage asks Dr. Wendy advice about his sudden interest in passing Judaism on to his future children.
By Amy Perlin Posner
The story of how the families of a Jewish woman and her Chinese partner found compromise in the planning of their wedding and formed mutual respect for each other’s traditions.
By Marlena Thompson
Reviews of The New Jewish Wedding by Anita Diamant and Heavenly Sex: Sexuality in the Jewish Tradition by Ruth K. Westheimer and Jonathan Mark, commentaries on modern Jewish love and marital relationships.
New to synagogues? We hope this guide will help you find a good community for your interfaith family.
By Rabbi David S. Gruber
For Secular Humanists who want wedding rituals that speak to them and affirm the Jewish heritage of one or both partners.
By Catherine Fischer
Review of Joining Hands And Hearts: Interfaith, Intercultural Wedding Celebrations, A Practical Guide for Couples by Rev. Susanna Stefanachi Macomb with Andrea Thompson, a book detailing interfaith wedding experiences, rituals and ceremonies.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
The first suggestion I always have for couples is to be yourself. You're meeting this person's parents because your partner trusts you, believes in you, loves you.