By Ronnie Caplane
General information and professional advice about interfaith couples and some examples of how couples have told parents about religious decisions for children.
By Gina Hagler
Personal narrative about a Jew-by-choice who, after 10 years, feels Jewish enough to modify her family's holiday celebrations to incorporate recipes and music that feel right for her.
By Rabbi David Regenspan
The stories of a man and a woman who live Jewish lives but have not converted to the Judaism, along with other information about non-Jews in the synagogue.
By Lois Shenker
An advice article about what Jewish values Jews want to teach their children and how they should pass on these values.
By Joseph Algazy
Reprinted news article about the efforts of Mishpaha Hadasha (New Family), a group of lawyers trying to expand marriage rights. Now only 58% of Israelis are eligable to have their marriage and family legally recognized in Israel (it has
By Cheryl F. Coon
Review of film about interfaith relationships in one family and how the Holocaust affected them.
By Rabbi Tirzah Firestone
Personal narrative about a creative interfaith wedding that incorporated elements of many religions.
By Rabbi Bruce Kadden
Review of Common Prayers: Faith, Family, and a Christian’s Journey Through the Jewish Year by Harvey Cox, who is married to a Jewish womand and explores his relationship to Jewish tradition from a Christian approach.
By Andi Rosenthal
The story of Ruth is so often used to show that welcoming "strangers," converts, is ingrained in Jewish text. This test also includes the story of Orpah, however, who turned back and did not join the Jews.
By Paula Lee Hellman
Personal narrative about the religious journeys of some interfaith grandparents, who become more religiously observant in their older age, and want to share that Jewish spirituality with their grandchildren.