By Yolanda Febles
A non-Jewish woman talks about the challenges facing her relationship with her boyfriend, who has become increasingly religious.
By Paula E. Kirman
In 2000, she wrote a piece about her struggles with dating. She's still living in the same small community and her parents would still like her to find someone Jewish to marry.
By Andrew Glatter
It does not bother me whether she IS Jewish, as long as she DOES Jewish things with me. I trust that our still-hypothetical kids will grow up in a far more Jewish environment than I did.
Dr. Dale speaks about interfaith couples and interdating.
By Rabbi Susan Schnur
Three rabbi's daughters with non-Jewish partners discuss how they combine Jewish religious practice and cultural identity with interfaith dating.
By Jannon Stein
I'm living with my boyfriend of five years and not planning on having children. What we have is not really a family and it is not really interfaith, either, because that word implies a dialogue between two different faiths.
By Emma Stein
"A guy asked me to prom, and when I told my parents, the first thing out of my dad's mouth was, 'Is he Jewish?' And I said, 'Dad, I'm not marrying him; it's just prom.'"
By Sam Jacobs
His peers persuaded him to make the rule against interdating, because they were confused about their identity. Then he broke his own rule.
By Jordana Gerson
A rabbi-in-training bemoans the fact that Jewish men see her only as marriage material, while non-Jewish men see her only as a fling.
By Amanda Martignetti
An unveiling service at the cemetery and a family gathering with gefilte fish were a crash course in American Jewish culture for poor Amanda.