By Akira Ohiso
He hadn't known that his maternal grandfather had been a silent Jew. Now he was in love with a Jewish woman and working as a social worker with Holocaust survivors.
By Robert Leiter
Profile of Harvey Cox (a Protestant college professor) his marriage to a Jewish colleague, and his book that resulted from their experience together, Common Prayers: Faith, Family and a Christianís Journey through the Jewish Year .
By Emily Savage
I've realized that this is my religion, or at least a major part of it--my family, and our own traditions--the meshugah life of a Jew who wholeheartedly celebrates Christmas.
By Rabbi Jason Holtz
A look at the biblical sources for welcoming interfaith families, and what that means for our Jewish community today.
By Ruth Andrew Ellenson
The editor of The Modern Jewish Girl's Guide to Guilt explains how her interfaith upbringing inspired her book.
By Rob Eshman
The editor of the Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles recommends that single Jewish women in their 30s and 40s seek non-Jewish husbands.
By Leah R. Singer
Leah's mother-in-law knew what it was like to fall in love with someone of a different faith--so she's supported Leah to the hilt.
By Micah Sachs
A new movie features a strongly Jewish female protagonist falling in love with a very cool boy who isn't Jewish.
By Aliza Arzt
The daughter and grandaughter of rabbis, she never thought she would fall in love with someone who wasn't Jewish--but she did.
By Jesse Tisch
Movie Jews tend to fall into three categories: Chosen, cursed, or assimilated. Would a less-than-flattering depiction of Jewish characters leave a bad taste in my non-Jewish date's mouth?