Review of Ronnie Friedland and Edmund Caseís The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life, a how-to book for interfaith couples raising their children Jewish.
Review of Christine Benvenuto’s SHIKSA: The Gentile Woman in the Jewish World, which examines the role of the non-Jewish woman in a Jewish home and the Jewish community’s acceptance of non-Jewish women.
Review of Nan Fink’s A Stranger in the Midst: A Memoir of Spiritual Discovery, which follows Nan Fink on her spiritual journey throughout the often-complicated Jewish landscape.
Review of Susan Katz Millerís Strangers to the Tribe: Portraits of Interfaith Marriage, a collection of profiles of different types of intermarried couples.
Review of Zadie Smithís The Autograph Man: A Novel about Growing Up with a Jewish Mother and a Chinese Father, about a child of interfaith marriage that struggles with a multiracial and multicultural identity.
Review of Chrismukkah: Everything You Need to Know to Celebrate The Hybrid Holiday, Ron Gompertz’s new book on blended rituals for interfaith families.
Review of For Your Consideration, Christopher Guest’s comedy about a fictional independent movie called Home for Purim and the Oscar hoopla surrounding it.
Profile on the Jewish or partially Jewish songwriters and artists who wrote 12 of the 25 most popular Christmas songs of all-time.
Review of The Nativity Story, which relates the events leading up to Jesus’ birth, by an interfaith couple.
Review of Spring Forward, Fall Back, a play that asks whether secular Jewish identity is sustainable over the generations.