By Suzanne Koven
Review of The Namesake, about a young Indian-American man’s search for identity and love, and how it relates to the issue of intermarriage in the Jewish community.
By Rabbi Michael Boyden
Reprinted news article about one rabbi’s plan of action to prevent intermarriage and interfaith marriage in Israel from becoming a serious problem: education, accessibility to conversion, and outreach to the non-Jewish populations of Isreal.
By Julie Wiener
The author thought that the term shiksa had fallen into disuse, but it's still around.
By Heather Subba
Personal narrative from a Reform Jewish woman whose Orthodox friend strongly disapproved of her relationship with a non-Jew.
By Ronnie Friedland
Review of God is Great; I’m Not, about an interfaith relationship that grows rocky when the Catholic girlfriend’s interest in Judaism grows in contrast to her Jewish boyfriend’s identity conflict and personal shame.
By Naomi Pfefferman
Profile on Lisa Loeb whose tv reality show displays the Jewish woman/celebrity looking for a husband.
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 Julie Wiener
Reprinted news article about the great effectiveness of the Conservative movement’s Ramah sleep-away camps, based on a survey of the religious commitment and attachment to Israel of 1,273 North American teens whose families belong to Conse
A collection of testimonials about interfaithfamily.comís impact on readers, professionals and writers for the occasion of its 100th issue.
By Adam Case
Personal narrative of a young man from an interfaith family describing how his experience visiting Israel was colored by his realization that, as a patrilineal Jew, he is not recognized as Jewish there.