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 Judith Bolton-Fasman
Profile of Eugene L. Pogany, author of In My Brother’s Image: Twin Brothers Separated by Faith After the Holocaust, about his family’s experience with conversion and the Holocaust..
By Jennifer Gordon
Personal narrative by the child of interfaith parents who was raised with both religions, and now professes neither.
By Rachel Goldsmith
Personal narrative about a woman who made great friends in an introduction to Judaism course, and the group has spent the past year celebrating Shabbat together each Friday night.
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 Neal Cohen
Personal narrative by a Jewish man who is engaged to a Christian woman about how "the strength of a relationship cannot be measured by how deep or shallow those differences are, but how they’re dealt with."
By Joelle Asaro Berman
Personal narrative about child of interfaith parents who thinks interdating is important as a way for Jews to learn about other religions and for others to learn about Jewish traditions. Still, she plans to marry someone who will help h
By Jacob Berkman
Profile of Jorma Kaukonen, guitarist for Jefferson Airplane, who rediscovered Judaism through his wife, who converted.
By Stephanie Bruce
The personal narrative of a woman who attending CCD and Hebrew School as a young child, before deciding that she wanted to be Jewish.