By Michael Felsen
A Jewish identity without God or Torah does come with a rite of passage--a communal ceremony celebrating heritage and values.
By Galit Breen
What might surprise most of you to know is that the alternate title for this article was, "Why We're Not An Interfaith Family, And Why We Are."
By William Squier
A Christian dad decides that his son's experience of Judaism is more important than having a Christmas tree.
By Laurel Snyder
How an unnecessarily mean mohel cast a dark shadow over a mother's brightest day.
By Cheryl F. Coon
Review of three children's books for interfaith families.
By Susan Goldberg
The plethora of interfaith couples is also a change that, in my opinion, at least, will have to be regarded as a strength for our synagogue and for our community.
Video from Mayyim Hayyim about converting an infant.
By Shira and Thomas Johnson
A trip to Israel with a group of other interfaith couples from Atlanta changed their lives as individuals, as a couple and as a family.
By Stacey Palevsky
His mother didn't want to burden him with Judaism, but Thomas Karatzas wanted to become bar mitzvah.
By Rachel Baruch Yackley
It was the congregation where she grew up, but for many reasons it stopped being a place she felt comfortable.