By Keren R. McGinity
An excerpt from a multi-generational study of Jewish women who intermarried in the United States.
By Susan Elliott Blashka
I was willing to put my faith in my partner and in myself, believing that through love, respect, and compromise we could make a life together.
By Dr. Jennifer Thompson
A researcher discusses her research on intermarriage and non-Jewish women who raise Jewish children.
By Ken Hall
Small delicious things create Jewish identity, and this non-Jewish husband doesn't want to lose any of them.
By Cynthia Schwan
An ex-Baptist and her husband each found different spiritual paths while raising their Jewish daughters.
By Ellen Scolnic
A book on Jewish language turns into a great tool to welcome non-Jewish friends and family members into the community.
By Jeffrey Grover
Writing and acting in a play about interfaith marriage prompted this actor to reflect on his recent divorce.
By Morissa S. Fregeau
I learned, first from my husband and later as a Hebrew school teacher to have patience with questions and tolerance when the answers provoked more questions.
By David Hoberman
His wife, who was raised Catholic, isn't particularly interested in religion, but she loves him so she supported his exploration of Judaism.
By Aaron Kagan
If the engagement was a catalyst for conflict, which it was, the wedding was the resolution. All of the issues raised by announcing our intention to wed had either been worked out by the big day or resolved themselves before our very eyes during the reception.