By Marion L. Usher
Professional view on the meaning of intermarriage and interfaith families for American Jewry: rather than seeing the intermarried as "lost" or a "threat", the author sees them as a pool of "immigrants" who should be hel
By Cara Nissman
New Jewish museums all over the United States are thinking about how to include interfaith families.
By Elizabeth Tragash
Personal narrative about a born Jewish couple that disagreed over having a Christmas tree in their home.
By Keren R. McGinity
An excerpt from a multi-generational study of Jewish women who intermarried in the United States.
By Cynthia Schwan
An ex-Baptist and her husband each found different spiritual paths while raising their Jewish daughters.
By Nora Raleight Baskin
Personal narrative from a woman with a Jewish mother who reengages with her roots as an adult, partially by making a big deal out of Hanukkah.
By Lynn Melnick
Two new books with accompanying CDs for young children introduce basic Jewish ideas in way that should work for many interfaith families.
By Mimi DuPree
This album would make a great gift to non-Jewish friends to whom I'd like to introduce some of the wonders of Shabbat.
A popular Conservative rabbi answers a frequently asked question: Do Jews believe in an afterlife?
By Mimi DuPree
Two out of three of these new children's books about Israel are great--one you'll want to give as a baby gift, and one you'll want to reread yourself.