By Cheryl F. Coon
Review of Introducing My Faith and My Community, by Rabbi Kerry Olitzky, a welcoming guide about Judaism’s toughest questions for interfaith couples and families.
By Jonathan Chao Burnston
Personal narrative from the son of a Jewish father and Chinese Buddhist mother who has begun to see the similarities between his parents’ faiths.
By Angela Meyer
Personal narrative from a Jewish grandma recounting the pain of watching her grandaughter be baptized.
By Paula C. Yablonsky
Personal narrative of a Jew-by-choice describing her Episcopalian mother’s Catholic funeral and the confusing feelings of comfort she found in recalling childhood memories of Catholic ritual.
By Nancy Reuben Greenfield
Personal narrative about how an observant family went to visit an intermarried, non-religious family over Shabbat, and their internal and (thanks to their child) verbal debate over whether to "do as the Romans do", or insist on observing th
By Rev. Yvonne V. Schaudt
The personal narrative of a reverend’s discovery of God and the differences she’s noticed between the connection Jews and Christians share with God.
By Ronnie Caplane
A news article about the first Bat Mitzvahheld at Glide, a church in San Francisco, also tells the personal narrative and spiritual journey of the Bat Mitzvah girl, including why she chose to hold her service at Glide.
By Dr. Ruth Nemzoff
Personal narrative in which a woman explains Jewish mourning rituals to all non-Jewish family members and non-Jewish caretakers when her mother-in-law dies and then asks about their mour
By Howard Lovy
Personal narrative e-mail correspondance between an engaged couple--an agnostic and a Jew--about how to raise their hypothetical future children.
By Marlena Thompson
Review of Nan Meyer’s The Inter-Faith Family Seder Book, which the reviewer describes as scoring "very high marks on accessibility, but falls a bit short when it comes to maintaining a sense of tradition."