By Ronnie Caplane
Personal narrative by an intermarried woman about what she says to her daughter about interdating: It would be much easier to marry a Jew, and it is essential to discuss religion early on when interdating.
By Dan Pine
Profile of Rain Pryor, the daughter of Richard Pryor and his Jewish wife, and her new musical theater show, "Fried Chicken and Latkes."
By Gil Mann
Reprinted columnist’s concerned opinion piece about why Intermarriage is being depicted as humorous in American popular culture, and what is to be done about the dwindling Jewish population.
By Jennifer Kittay
Personal narrative by a woman who grew up in an interfaith family, remembering how Christmas in her house was more about tradition, familiarity and family than religion.
By Rabbi Mark Shapiro
A rabbi’s personal narrative on how he presents mixed marriage to the children and teenagers of his religious school.
By Susan Katz Miller
Review of Mixed Blessings: Overcoming the Stumbling Blocks in an Interfaith Marriage by Paul Cowan with Rachel Cowan and of Between Two Worlds: Choices for Grown Children of Jewish-Christian Parents by Leslie Goodman-Malamuth and Robi
By Robert Podel
The personal narrative of a Jewish man who married a Catholic woman, raised his children as Catholic, and returned to Judaism later in his life.
By Matthew Lyons
The child of an interfaith marriage found a connection to Jewish history in Israel--not a reason to marry a Jew.
By Wendy Case
The personal narrative of a non-Jewish woman and her efforts to stay connected to her Jewish children after experiencing a discomfort as a child based on her father’s religious differences.
By Gary Goldhammer
Personal narrative by a Jewish man who is raising his daughter Jewish, yet fears that she will be confused and angry when she learns that her religious Christian grandmother thinks she cannot reach heaven as a Jew.