Article about Sherman Alexie?s film about a gay Indian poet who falls in love with a Jewish woman, The Business of Fancydancing.? The film?features actress/singer Michelle St. John who is of Jewish and Christian Indian descent.
A woman in an interfaith marriage who is the mother of two teenage boys struggles with what to tell them about marrying outside the faith.
Rabbi draws on her own life experiences in advocating for children of intermarriage to forge a fully Jewish identity that honors their non-Jewish parents’ cultural experience.
Did you grow up in a dual-religion household and are now investigating Judaism more deeply? If only one of your parents was Jewish, does that make you a half-Jew? Are you wondering, how do I know if I’m Jewish? Explore these issues and others faced by children of interfaith families in InterfaithFamily.com’s selection of articles, […]
Personal narrative from the son of a Jewish dad and a Christian minister mom who was raised with both religions but eventually chose Judaism.
Personal narrative?by an intermarried woman contrasting her father?s strict rules against interdating?with her less strict rules. The outcome in both instances, however, was the same:? most children intermarried, and most of their chi
Review of A Nonjudgmental Guide to Interfaith Marriage: Making Interfaith Marriage Work, by Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, Ph.D., a practical resource for intermarried or interdating couples.
Personal narrative and professional advice from Ed Case, Publisher of InterfaithFamily.com, about his?thoughts and feelings about his children?s interdating.
A newly separated queer mom negotiates holidays with her ex
In this reprint from the Forward’s Seesaw, IFF CEO Jodi Bromberg weighs in on preparing for Jewish summer camp