By Miriam Weinstein
The stories of three adults raised in interfaith households and the religious decisions, or lack of religion, that they have made for their children.
By Jennifer Pacquette
Personal narrative by a traditionally observant Jewish woman and her relationship with a non-Jewish boyfriend, and the benefits and challenges of the situation for herself and her two kids.
By Rabbi Jeffrey A. Marx
Professional advice from a rabbi about how divorced interfaith parents tend to seek solice in their own religious traditions, and how it is essential that families include a binding decision on the children’s religious upbringing in the divorce docu
By Elisha Aharon
Personal narrative by a Jew-by-choice who is excited to share his first Rosh Hashanah with his love, a Catholic woman who wants to convert to Judaism, and who has two Catholic children.
By Daniel Little
Personal narrative from a divorced, formerly intermarried man who is, and always has been, supportive and appreciative of his children’s strong Jewish identities (and other accomplishments).
By Elaine K. Markowitz
Article about an older interfaith couple with grown children who married and the wife converted to Judaism and discovered a way to deal with giving up Christmas, by dividing her beloved Christmas tree ornaments and plastic treeamong her ch
By Rabbi Sanford Seltzer
Professional view from a rabbi describing some of the problematic interfaith relationships he has encountered, with advice for how to avoid them: discuss children and religious and cultural experience and values early, and listen.
By Dan Izenberg
Reprinted news article about controversy over a new Israeli law that grants automatic citizenship to children of interfaith Israeli-Palestinian parents.
By Alizah Salario
Personal narrative from the daughter of a Jewish father and Greek Orthodox mother who was raised "both."
By Paula Lee Hellman
Personal narrative about a Jewish woman who re-married a Jewish man after they had both been in interfaith relationships. In their house, they decided not to have a Christmas tree, much to their childrens’ chagrin.