By Ami Eden
A news article about the role non-Jewish members of interfaith families are playing at many of today’s Conservative synagogues.
By Dan Friedman
A personal narrative about female converts to Judaism feeling forever as outsiders, and specifically about the prevalent use of the sexist, prejudiced word "Shiksa", which Jews often use to refer to non-Jewish women.
By Debra Nussbaum Cohen
The story of African-American Jews-by-choice and the prejudice they often receive from people in the Jewish community.
By Micah Sachs
Edmund Case and Micah Sachs respond to Eric Yoffie’s call for conversion and Sylvia Barack Fishman’s flawed study on converts.
By Emily Blank
The personal narrative of a woman who became a cantor after deciding to learn more about Judaism when she began dating a man studying to be a minister.
By John Blumers
The personal narrative of a Presbyterian man who chose to embrace the plan of raising his children Jewish by searching for what made Judaism meaningful to him.
By Rabbi Geela Rayzel Raphael
Professional view supporting the resurrection of the concept of ger toshav--an in-between title that non-Jews who are active and committed Jewishly, yet who do not want to convert, could study and achieve.
By Rabbi Eric Yoffe
Professional view from rabbi Eric Yoffie, President of the Union for Reform Judaism, saying that the Reform movement needs to both honor non-Jewish partners raising Jewish children and to invite them to convert.
By Ron Lux
News story on the factors that lead adult children of intermarriage to identify as Jews.
By Sarah Flicker
Reprinted personal narrative about a young Jewish woman whose Buddhist boyfriend felt uncomfortable in traditional Jewish institutions, so she started her own, "The Progressive Jewish Circle" in Toronto, which is "welcoming, creat