By Rabbi Bruce Kadden
Professional view by a rabbi and advice for couples in handling their parents’ desire to control the wedding planning.
By Marlena Thompson
Review of Mixed Matches: How to Create Successful Interracial, Interethnic, and Interfaith Relationships. By Joel Crohn, Ph. D, examines different models of intermarriage that are not only religously disparate, but culturally as well.
By Catherine Fischer
Review of Mingled Roots: A Guide for Grandparents of Interfaith Children, praising the book on its creative ideas for activities grandparents can do with their grandchildren, in which differences in faith will not be an issue.
By Matthew E. Berger
Interview with Howard Dean that focuses on his intermarriage, his knowledge and practicing of Jewish culture and rituals, and the local Jewish communityís response.
By Gina Hagler
Personal narrative from†a Jew-by-choice who shares her advice from a stressful year of planning her sonís bar mitzvah.
By Jim Keen
Personal narrative by an intermarried Protetant man describing his parentsí active participation and appreciation in his wifeís and childrenís Judaism.
By Lois Leveen
She's been in an interfaith relationship for 18 years, and she sees the Kiddush cup as half full, instead of half empty.
By Linda Arking
Personal narrative about how one mutli-cultural and multi-faith family celebrates Thanksgiving:† with food from each culture, reminiscences about the familyís and recipesí origins, and lots of talk about thankfulness.
By Zack Kushner
Personal narrative from a Jewish man married to a non-Jewish woman recalling the whispers and doubts he’s heard about his interfaith relationship.
By Dr. June Andrews Horowitz
Professional advice from an outreach professional about the importance of interfaith couples’ communicating feelings, memories, rituals, and traditions surrounding Passover and Easter.