By Jonathan Groner
Review of Jew vs. Jew: The Struggle for the Soul of American Jewry by Samuel G. Freedman, a recent history of the fall of the ethnic Eastern-European collective Jewish identity, and what Judaism looks like in America today.
By David Weintraub
Review of Mel Gibsonís film, Passion of the Christ, from the perspective of a Jewish man married to a non-Jewish woman.
By Michael Felsen
Review of Secular Jewishness for Our Time, a compilation of 20th century essays on the meaning of secular Judaism.
By Nate Bloom
Elizabeth Banks and Scott Glenn, two actors with interfaith connections, appear in the new film W.
By Chanan Tigay
News story about the growing popularity of Jewish arts and culture like Matisyahu and Heeb.
By Sybil Kaplan
An overview of Lag b'Omer with recipes for the outdoor barbecues popular on this holiday.
By Micah Sachs
A holiday that overturns the social order may be a great opportunity to build community and teach children to trust themselves.
By Ami Eden
A news article that discusses the decision of Jewish baseball player Shawn Green to skip the game on Yom Kippur and Madonna’s promotion of Kabbalah.
By Rabbi David S. Gruber
For Secular Humanists who want wedding rituals that speak to them and affirm the Jewish heritage of one or both partners.
By Matthew E. Berger
Profile of Howard Dean, an intermarried man running for the Democratic nomination for president with special attention to his positions on Israel and Jewish relations.