By Julie Wiener
Reprinted news article about the Center for Jewish Studies’ Jewish Population Survey in 2000 which describes Jewish demographics: numbers of interfaith families. Jewish Christian intermarriages, etc.
By Joe Berkofsky
Reprinted news article about the "new face" of Reform Judaism, a multicultural, multiracial, interfaith, and brazenly Jewish movement, expressed, in part, in its name change from The Union of American Hebrew Congregations to the U
By Rabbi Mark Hillel Kunis
The personal narrative of a rabbi who campaigned that membership be granted to the non-Jewish spouse of an interfaith marriage at his traditional synagogue.
By Karen Schwartz
A news article about the Ann Arbor community, which has kindly welcomed interfaith families.
By Lawrence MacDonald
Personal narrative from a convert to Judaism who chose the religion after receiving a warm welcome at Temple Rodef Shalom in Falls Church, Virginia.
By Felice Morel
The personal narrative of a woman in an interfaith marriage who gave her sons little religious background until they started asking questions, which fueled her decision to sign the family up for a class aimed at teaching interfaith families.
By Joe Berkofsky
Profile of Egon Mayer, influential teacher, author, and demographer, written at the time of his death.
By Dr. Egon Mayer
A prominent sociologist of interfaith marriage believed in creating a model of Jewish outreach that was not proselytizing.
By Ronnie Caplane
A news article about the first Bat Mitzvahheld at Glide, a church in San Francisco, also tells the personal narrative and spiritual journey of the Bat Mitzvah girl, including why she chose to hold her service at Glide.
By Dr Gary A. Tobin
Reprinted professional view contrasting the mythic (close-knit, proud, homogenous) Jewish American family from the real (interfaith, diverse, dispersed) one.