By Rabbi Carl Perkins
Book review of A Place in the Tent: Intermarriage an Conservative Judaism by a rabbi and a Jewish outreach worker, gives an outline of the book’s structure and complimentary overview of its content.
By Nacha Cattan
Reprinted news article about possible causes and meanings of the Conservative movement’s dropping numbers and increasing level of observance.
By Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis
Reprinted rabbi’s sermon about the need for both outreach to the intermarried and in-reach to make Jews more interested and invested in their Judaism.
By Edmund Case
Reprinted professional opinions of Jack Wertheimer and Ed Case, laying down the anti- and pro-outreach to intermarried/interfaith families philosophies, respectively.
By Joe Eskenazi
Reprinted news article about a panel of intermarried, actively Jewish Conservative congregation members, and the ideas that they and San Francisco-area Conservative rabbis discussed about "new approaches to intermarriage," focusing on frami
By Sue Fishkoff
Reprinted news article about Conservative movement initiative to encourage intermarried spouses to convert to Judaism and become active synagogue members.
By Joe Berkofsky
Reprinted news article about a contentious essay written by Rabbi Paul Menitoff predicting the disappearance of the Conservative movement in a matter of decades because of the polarization of American Jewry, and the movement’s "opposition to in
By Frances Kraft
Reprinted news article about the efforts of several Conservative congregations to expand programming for outreach to the intermarried.
By Lauren Elkin
A news article about a synagogue in Paris that is welcoming and where English, French and Hebrew are spoken.
By Eric J. Greenberg
Reprinted news article about Conservative and Reform rabbis’ willingness to recognize non-Jewish spouses of interfaith couples in synagogue and Jewish lifecycle events.