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  • The Confusion Argument

    By Jim Keen

    Interfaith families in Ann Arbor find that their children aren't confused at the holidays since they decided to teach Judaism year-round.

    Date: 03-11-2008
  • Meet the Dryansky-Perreault Family

    By Judi Wisch

    An interfaith family in Conway, Mass., gets a lot out of their association with The PJ Library.

    Date: 01-14-2009
  • An Empty Nest In A New Tree

    By Paula C. Yablonsky

    Though her daughter is in college and they have left their beloved synagogue, Paula and her husband continue to build a Jewish life together.

    Date: 11-07-2008
  • And A Child Shall Nag Them Into It

    By Alina Adams

    The only one who can explain to my son what it means to be the child of a Soviet-born Jewish writer and a Harlem-raised African-American engineer the way that I want it explained, is me.

    Date: 07-23-2008
  • More Than One Way To Be Jewish

    By Sylvia Izzo Hunter

    A woman who grew up Jewish in an interfaith family in Canada seeks a more accepting Jewish environment for her own daughter, and finds it in Toronto's secular Jewish community.

    Date: 10-26-2009
  • Rabbi Reuben's Ruminations: To Bris Or Not To Bris

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    The right answer is the process and the approach.

    Date: 07-30-2008
  • Joining a Temple, Finding a Home

    By Doree Burstein

    This is the story of how a family consisting of an Jewish-agnostic dad and a non-Jewish mom came to join a Reform temple.

    Date: 04-09-2008
  • Rabbi Reuben's Ruminations: Talking About Jesus

    By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben

    If one parent is a believing Christian and the other is a practicing Jew, how can they talk to their children about the ways that Christianity and Judaism are different?

    Date: 09-24-2008
  • Through a Parent's Eyes

    By Heather Subba

    After she had a baby, the author's feelings about transmitting Judaism to her child changed.

    Date: 02-08-2010
  • When It Comes To Religion, Think. Please.

    By Galit Breen

    Thinking about and questioning religion is a great way to find new ways to pique our family and kids' interest in the holidays.

    Date: 03-24-2011

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