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 Rabbi David Regenspan
Professional view from a "freelance" Reform rabbi about why he will officiate at some interfaith weddings. He will happily officiate if the non-Jewish partner is a "fellow traveler" who is committed to upholding the religious tra
By Cheryl Opper
Personal narrative by a Christian woman describing her parents’ reactions to her news that they would have Jewish grandchildren: her father was enthusiastic, and her mother warmed to the idea with time.
By Rabbi Michael Zimmerman
Professional view that illustrates the importance of discussing death and dying rituals in interfaith families so that congregations and survivors are prepared to bury and commemorate loved ones. The author also commends Jewish congregations
By Howard Lovy
Personal narrative in which agnostic and Jew negotiate their wedding vows--she wants no mention of God and he wants a Jewish wedding. They ultimately decide to write their own.
By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Reprinted news and opinion article by a rabbi describing the anti-Semitic, ahistorical content of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ, and advocating a boycott of the film.
By Rabbi David Wolpe
A rabbi’s advice on how to best explain God to your children.
By Adam Fein
Personal narrative from a child of interfaith parents who was raised without any faith but found God in art, literature and Superman.
By Teresa McMahon
The personal narrative of a Christian woman on what she has learned from her Jewish husband and how she explains God and Jesus to her young Jewish daughters.
By Rabbi Rachel Barenblat
Personal narrative about an intermarried woman who writes a hagaddah with friends so that she, her husband, and their friends will all feel comfortable with the seder.