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  • A Different View of Movie Jews: A Serious Man

    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?

    Date: 11-18-2009
  • Men, Women And The I-Word

    By Julie Wiener

    The latest sociological assertions that Jewish women are seeking Jewish partners while Jewish men aren't fits with the author's experience.

    Date: 09-15-2008
  • What Do You Mean I'm Not a Jew?

    By Rachel Sarah

    A reader challenged the author, a patrilineal Jew, about wanting to date only Jewish men.

    Date: 03-19-2009
  • Do as I Say, Not as I Do

    By Debbie Burton

    Debbie is studying for conversion, and thinks her 15-year-old Jewish daughter shouldn't date non-Jews.

    Date: 04-23-2009
  • Interfaith Marriage--A Blessing In Disguise

    By Jane Larkin

    I derive more connection and fulfillment from Judaism today as one-half of an interfaith couple than I have in the past.

    Date: 05-21-2009
  • What Goes Around Will Probably Come Around

    By Jim Keen

    A non-Jewish dad raising his children Jewishly wonders what he would do if his children marry non-Jews.

    Date: 01-31-2008
  • Stranger

    By Cassie Havel Morgenstern

    A Catholic woman with a Jewish partner remembers her first Easter alone in a strange church in a new city.

    Date: 08-01-2012
  • The Bus Schedule--A Love Story

    By Heather Seith

    The story of two sweet young eye doctors and how they got together.

    Date: 02-13-2009
  • Permanent Adolescence: Interfaith Marriage in Two Lovers

    By Micah Sachs

    I have rarely seen a film get so many subtle Jewish cultural details just right: the pot roast at dinner, the goofy candle-lighting at a bar mitzvah reception, even the smell of mothballs in Leonard's parents' apartment.

    Date: 02-27-2009
  • Rabbi Reuben's Ruminations: Intermarried, But My Kids Are Interdating

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    Rabbi Reuben advises parents of children of dating age to think about the values rather than the religious backgrounds they would like potential partners to have.

    Date: 09-10-2008

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