By Ruth Shaw Gross
Reprinted personal narrative by a Southern Protestant intermarried woman who is raising Jewish children and participating wholeheartedly in a Conservative synagogue community in Eastern Massachusetts
By Carol Weiss Rubel
Personal narrative from a former Catholic detailing her conversion to Judaism and her relationship to her Jewish husband, who never pushed her to convert.
By Ronnie Friedland
Audio interview with Jim Keen, the author of Inside Intermarriage, a book about his experiences as a Protestant man raising Jewish children in an interfaith family.
By Julie Gruenbaum Fax
Reprinted news article telling the stories of several interfaith families, and some outreach efforts of Reform, Conservative and Orthodox communities to welcome this growing segment of the Jewish community.
By Karen Kushner
Professional view from an outreach worker about interfaith families being the future of Judaism.
By Julie Wiener
Reprinted news article about the great effectiveness of the Conservative movement’s Ramah sleep-away camps, based on a survey of the religious commitment and attachment to Israel of 1,273 North American teens whose families belong to Conse
By Pam Chernoff
Personal narrative of a non-Jewish woman married to a Jewish man who lost her twin boys in the womb.
By Yosef I. Abramowitz
Personal narrative about why intermarriage should be sanctioned, though it is not preferable.
By Steven Bayme
Article about negative feelings of interfaith families toward the new push to conversion in both the Reform and Conservative movements.
By Gil Mann
Reprinted columnist’s concerned opinion piece about why Intermarriage is being depicted as humorous in American popular culture, and what is to be done about the dwindling Jewish population.