By Rabbi Eric Yoffe
Professional view from rabbi Eric Yoffie, President of the Union for Reform Judaism, saying that the Reform movement needs to both honor non-Jewish partners raising Jewish children and to invite them to convert.
By Eve Coulson
Personal narrative about a grandparent who supported her daughter's choice to not only raise her children in a different religion (Judaism), but also to choose Judaism for herself.
By Stewart Ain
Reprinted news article about a boy whose feuding divorced parents are sending him to both Catholic and Jewish religious schools.
By Sarah Flicker
Reprinted personal narrative about a young Jewish woman whose Buddhist boyfriend felt uncomfortable in traditional Jewish institutions, so she started her own, "The Progressive Jewish Circle" in Toronto, which is "welcoming, creat
By Rabbi Arthur P. Nemitoff
Professional advice by rabbi for interfaith families planning a bar/bat mitzvah.
By Marilyn Silverstein
Reprint professional advice article interviewing religious and lay eaders about how they negotiate death and burial rites and rituals for interfaith families, including Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform opinions. Al
By Inna Livitz
Personal narrative from the daughter of an interfaith family who felt conflicted about her Russian and Jewish identities when she departed for birthright israel, but who returned feeling that her Jewish identity was her "birt
By Cheryl F. Coon
Review of a book that helps people plan their child’s bar or bat mitzvah, and that specifically addresses the needs and questions of interfaith families.
By Rabbi Reena Waseman Judd
Personal narrative about a rabbi who married a Jew-by-choice, and is extremely close with her husband’s family although the couple is raising their children Jewish and don’t participate in his extended family’s Christian holiday celebrat
By Susan Katz Miller
A personal narrative of a mother who has decided to instill her children with Jewish education, despite the fact that they have only a Jewish grandfather and raising them Christian and often seen as the logical choice.