By Ami Eden
Reprinted news article about the Reform movement’s decision to hire intermarried and patrilineal Jews as religious school teachers--the Conservative movement only accepts matrilineally Jewish "rabbis, cantors, youth workers, educators or execut
By Steven M. Cohen
Editorial by Jewish sociologist Steven M. Cohen who takes issue with Ed Case’s half-retraction of his statement about Cohen’s unwelcoming attitude toward intermarried families.
By Edmund Case
Professional view by Ed Case about the controversy over intermarriage and outreach following the publication of the National Jewish Population Survey and other Jewish demographic predictors in 2000-2001.
By Julie Wiener
What’s the point of conversion, wonders Jewish Week columnist Julie Wiener, if the convert doesn’t really buy into Judaism?
By Rabbi Carl Perkins
Professional view from Rabbi Carl M. Perkins describing his opinion: that (unconverted) non-Jewish spouses in intermarried couples should be welcomed with open arms by Jewish communities, but still treated as and considered to be non-Jews.
By Dan Pine
Reprinted news article about the Tiferet Project, a committee formed by the San Francisco-area Conservative movement to discuss the status of intermarried families in their congregations, and the book they wrote, A Place in the Tent:
By Don Cohen
Reprinted news article about the Conservative movement’s stance on intermarriage, and their efforts to be more inclusive of interfaith familes.
By Doug Chandler
Reprinted news article about a suggestion by Rabbi Ismar Schorsch, chancellor of the Jewish Theological Seminary, to let children of Jewish fathers attend Ramah camps until age 13, at which point they must convert to continue attending.
By Edmund Case
Professional opinion piece from Ed Case about the great need for "a religious movement that would allow intermarried and unconverted non-Jews to choose complete participation in Jewish life."
By Cindy Mindell
InterfaithFamily.com's Director of the Resource Center for Jewish Clergy talks with a journalist about his first invitation to speak at a Conservative synagogue.