By Gary Goldhammer
Personal narrative by a Jewish man who thought that Christians were either bible-thumping or wholly secular until he fell in love with one, and now he is committed to ensuring that both Jews and Christians are portrayed as less extreme and se
By Edmund Case
Reprinted professional view and personal narrative of Ed Case, founder of InterfaithFamily.com about his personal and professional journey with interfaith family issues, and his call for outreach to interfaith families by American Jewish comm
By Marinell James
The Jewish custom of praying for people who are ill or injured is very old. In recent years, rabbis and other Jewish thinkers have worked to revive old traditions and restore Jewish ideas about health and healing to the mainstream of Jewish life.
By Rabbi Stephen Kahn
Reprinted sermon from a rabbi telling his congregation that he has decided to officiate at interfaith weddings, and describing the circumstances under which he will officiate.
By Elyssa Mosbacher
Reprinted news article about four Jewish children, ages 5-18, whose parents died tragically, and the (Christian) parents who adopted them were committed to continuing their Jewish education, so they enrolled them in Jewish day
By Rabbi Lev Baesh
Personal narrative by a gay rabbi describing how his interfaith relationship has "enriched our families, our community, and ourselves."
By Frances Grandy Taylor
Reprinted news article about a change in one synagogue’s policy that will now allow interfaith couples, under certain conditions, to be married in the synagogue, just not by the rabbi.
By Daniel Seymour
Personal narrative about a gay man in an interfaith relationship which was at first difficult to navigate, but through many loving conversations, has worked out.
By Beth Gilbert
Reprinted profile of Mason Washauer, the son of divorced interfaith parents, who decided he wanted a Jewish education, and so travels seventy miles twice a week to a synagogue in Missouri.
By Dr. June Andrews Horowitz
Professional advice and personal narrative from an interfaith family counselor and outreach worker. She describes her first encounter with Jewish death rituals, and then gives tips on how to be an "ambassador" to non-Jewish family members