By Debra Nussbaum Cohen
A news article discussing the roles of non-Jewish parents in their child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah at Conservative, Reform, and Reconstructionist synagogues.
By Rabbi Jacques Cukierkorn
Professional View/Advice Article explaining how to combine elements of both traditions and have equal representation of both clergy and religions by following the "three C" method: communication, clarification of expectations, and compromis
By Judith Bolton-Fasman
Book review of Let’s Talk about it: A Book of Support and Guidence for Families Experiencing Intermarriage and for Synagogue Leadership, describing the Conservative movement’s stance and thoughts on intermarriage and interfaith families&
By Sharon Ashley
Reprinted news article about an Israeli Supreme Court decision ruling that Jews-by-choice that had Reform and Conservative conversions are recognized as full citizens of Israel, and all legal rights, including the Law of Return, apply to them (the Orth
By Rabbi David Regenspan
Professional view from a "freelance" Reform rabbi about why he will officiate at some interfaith weddings. He will happily officiate if the non-Jewish partner is a "fellow traveler" who is committed to upholding the religious tra
By Rabbi Bruce Kadden
Professional view by a rabbi who performs interfaith weddings because he sees it as an opportunity to bring the couple into the Jewish community.
By Rabbi Michael Weisser
Professional view from a rabbi explaining why he officiates: because Torah tells us to welcome strangers, and because by accepting those interested in Judaism at the time of their weddings, the Jewish community is more likely to re
By Rabbi Arthur P. Nemitoff
Professional view article explaining why a rabbi will now officiate at interfaith weddings and the conditions under which he will do so.
By Rabbi Aaron Goldstein
Professional view by a rabbi and Liberal Judaism outreach worker in the UK who explains his movement’s stance on interfaith marriage: it is the only branch in the UK that sanctions interfaith marriages and accepts interfaith fam
By Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis
Reprinted rabbi’s sermon about the need for both outreach to the intermarried and in-reach to make Jews more interested and invested in their Judaism.