By Myrna Baron
Op-ed from the executive director of the Center for Cultural Judaism explaining how cultural Judaism is not a "lazy man’s’ approach to Judaism--it’s based in scholarship and reason.
By David Weintraub
Personal narrative from a proud secular Jew raised in Yiddish schools, extolling the values and strength of secular Judaism--especially in an interfaith marriage.
By Sue Feder
Personal narrative about a Jewish-Catholic interfaith couple who like different foods, but donít let it get between them.
By Paulette Mann
Personal narrative by a grandmother describing the sweet and sensitive responses of all of her grandchildren, those raised Jewish and those raised Christian, to the death of their grandfather and her mourning.
By Marc Tyler Nobelman
Personal narrative in which an American Jewish man recounts the religious, historical, and cultural tensions of dating and marrying a German Protestant woman.
By Karin Mahony
Personal narrative article about a born Catholic woman who converted to Judaism, as did her sister. Now, at her son’s Bar Mitzvah, she carefully includes her non-Jewish family members in the service, and the result is a great feeling of acceptance,
By Judith Bolton-Fasman
Profile of Eugene L. Pogany, author of In My Brotherís Image: Twin Brothers Separated by Faith After the Holocaust, about his familyís experience with conversion and the Holocaust..
By Naomi Rockler-Gladen
Personal narrative about the wedding of a Jewish woman and her husband, who came from a devout Christian family but has since rejected organized religion.
By Michael Felsen
Personal narrative article describing a secular Passover celebration at the Workman’s Circle.
By Sue Fishkoff
News story on a 2005 survey of adult children of intermarried parents that showed a high level of Jewish cultural identification and interest in Jewish studies, combined with low levels of childhood Jewish education and religious attachment.<