A Michigan Yankee in Israel’s Court

Personal narrative about a Protestant intermarried man’s growing understanding of his Jewish wife’s feelings of love, attachment, and responsibility toward Israel.

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A New Book to Help Your Interfaith Relationship

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.

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Back Talk

The author rebuts the accusation that she’s single-handedly destroying the Jewish community.

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Sikh and Jew: East Meets West

The personal narrative of a Jewish man from the Midwestern United States and his wife from an Overseas Indian community in the Far East on how they have made their interfaith marriage last 25 years.

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How My Non-Jewish Father Embraced My Interfaith Family’s Bar Mitzvah

A personal narrative from a non-Jewish mom discussing her child?s bar mitzvah: how they created an informational booklet, how she felt about the ceremony, and her father?s enthusiastic response to the event.

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Leading the Way Through Unfamiliar Terrain: The Bar Mitzvah Year

Personal narrative from?a Jew-by-choice who shares her advice from a stressful year of planning her son?s bar mitzvah.

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Grandparents: The Hidden Link in Interfaith Marriages

Professional advice and personal narrative about the potential of grandparents to be powerful spiritual guides to interfaith grandchildren.

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Ten Tips to Enliven the Seder: Ways to Delay That Fifth Question

Reprinted professional advice on how to make a Passover seder, fun, engaging, and spiritual for both kids and adults.

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Our Son’s Naming Ceremony

Personal narrative from an interfaith couple who decided on a naming ceremony, instead of a bris, for their son.

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Cultural Differences and Value Similarities: How We Deal with It All

A white Jewish woman discusses the ways that she and her African-American Christian husband have negotiated differences to form a close family.

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