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    Books on Mourning

    By Ellen Jaffe Gill

    Reviews of Kaddish by Leon Wieseltier and Saying Kaddish: How to Comfort the Dying, Bury the Dead, and Mourn as a Jew by Anita Diamant, both of which explore death from a Jewish perspective.

    Date: 01-13-2007

    Book Reviews of Interfaith Classics

    By Susan Katz Miller

    Review of Mixed Blessings: Overcoming the Stumbling Blocks in an Interfaith Marriage by Paul Cowan with Rachel Cowan and of Between Two Worlds: Choices for Grown Children of Jewish-Christian Parents by Leslie Goodman-Malamuth and Robi

    Date: 01-13-2007

    Bible Books for Children

    By Rahel Musleah

    Reviews of several books about the Bible for young children.

    Date: 01-13-2007

    An Intermarried Christian Divinity Professor Writes about Celebrating and Finding Meaning in the Jewish Holidays

    By Rabbi Bruce Kadden

    Review of Common Prayers: Faith, Family, and a Christian’s Journey Through the Jewish Year by Harvey Cox, who is married to a Jewish womand and explores his relationship to Jewish tradition from a Christian approach.

    Date: 01-13-2007

    An Intermarriage and a Mid-Life Crisis

    By Judith Bolton-Fasman

    Review of The English Disease by Joseph Skibell, a novel that explores the complications of an interfaith marriage from a husband troubled by his own Jewish identity.

    Date: 01-13-2007

    An Interfaith Friendship between Two Mothers

    By Susan Katz Miller

    A Review of The Book Borrower by Alice Mattison, which follows the friendship of two mothers--one Jewish, and one Christian.

    Date: 01-13-2007

    An Excellent Reference: But Not for "Dummies"

    By Marlena Thompson

    Review of Judaism for Dummies by Rabbi Ted Falcon, Ph.D. and David Blatner, a reference that can be used for Jews and non-Jews alike. 

    Date: 01-13-2007

    An Affair Doomed by History: Review of Hester Among the Ruins

    By Marlena Thompson

    Review of Hester Among the Ruins: A Novel By Binnie Kirshenbaum, a story about the relationship between a post-war Christian German and his lover and biographer--a younger, Jewish American woman.

    Date: 01-13-2007

    "They Are Us": An Interview with Anita Diamant

    By Ronnie Friedland

    Audio interview with Anita Diamant, author of†The Red†Tent,†on the importance of engaging the intermarried.

    Date: 01-11-2007

    A Tale of Jerusalem--from Three Religious Perspectives

    By Marlena Thompson

    Review of Pilgrims. By Daniel Gavron, a novel that relays a couple’s unexpected travels in Jerusalem.

    Date: 01-09-2007

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