By Marshall Weiss
A news article about new policy in a Reform synagogue in Dayton, Ohio, that allows interfaith marriages to take place in the sanctuary as long as the rabbi, who will not perform intermarriages, approves the ceremony, and as long as no non-Jewish symbol
By Rabbi Paul H. Levenson
Professional view by rabbi presenting a typical scenario that occurs when an interfaith couple approaches him asking that he marry them.
By Rev. Yvonne V. Schaudt
Professional view by a minister discussing how she immediately hurls the hard questions--conversion and children--at interfaith couples who want her to marry them because she believes that these questions are essential to work out before
By Ami Eden
Reprinted news article about the debate over the significance and utlilty of revamping the traditional Jewish notion of a "ger toshav" or "resident alien" to create a designated, in-between category for non-Jewish spouse
By Yosef I. Abramowitz
Personal narrative about why intermarriage should be sanctioned, though it is not preferable.
By Paula Amann
News article about a decision by Washington Hebrew Congregation, the country’s third-largest Reform synagogue, to allow its rabbis to officiate at intermarriages.
By Steve Lipman
News article on the difficulties faced by Reform rabbis who won’t officiate at intermarriages when trying to find a pulpit.
By Rabbi Lawrence Raphael
Professional view from a Reform rabbi on how he changed his mind on officiating at interfaith weddings after seeing Jewishly committed interfaith families at his synagogue.
By Cindy Mindell
InterfaithFamily.com's Director of the Resource Center for Jewish Clergy talks with a journalist about his first invitation to speak at a Conservative synagogue.
By Debra Nussbaum Cohen
Reprinted news article about the first meeting of a new a coalition, organized by Steven Bayme, to fight intermarriage and promote conversion.