By Cynthia Schwan
An ex-Baptist and her husband each found different spiritual paths while raising their Jewish daughters.
By Sarah Pumroy
They say that children of intermarriage generally aren't raised with a strong sense of Jewish identity, but you and I seem to be exceptions to that rule.
By Rachel Sarah
A reader challenged the author, a patrilineal Jew, about wanting to date only Jewish men.
By Akira Ohiso
What looks like a more tolerant position toward interfaith marriage doesn't take the feelings of children of those marriages into account.
By Deborah Susser
Who knows better whether she's Jewish--her family and her rabbi, or some random person on the street?
By Francesca Biller-Safran
The daughter of an interfaith marriage mulls giving her daughters the jewish rites of passage that their Jewish dad had, but she herself didn't.
By Debbie Burton
Debbie is studying for conversion, and thinks her 15-year-old Jewish daughter shouldn't date non-Jews.
By Susanna Perrett
Not picking one religious identity for your children gives them responsibility for a hard decision you, as an adult, don't want to make.
By Charlotte Gordon
Her father never told her that he came from a Jewish family, but it was only one of the many ways he was dishonest.
By Michael Felsen
They didn't believe in religion, but they did believe in Jewishness--here's how they found a welcoming community.