More Shifting Ground

This post originally appeared on www.edumundcase.com and is reprinted with permission. It’s been busy the past two weeks. As Shmuel Rosner just pointed out, since his original article a month ago, “The volume of writing on Jewish interfaith marriage in America is high.” Rosner had said that in the absence of definitive studies or any consensus, the debate […]

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Gefilte Fish Con Maduros: A Multicultural Jewish Family

A Dominican-American convert to Judaism discusses people’s disbelief over her marriage to a white Jewish man.

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When The One We Love Doesn’t Walk The Same Spiritual Path

Though they came from different religions, they shared a spiritual quest. Now he is Jewish, but not interested in spirituality. She needs the lessons that successful interfaith marriage can teach.

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Our Interfaith Ketubah Was Everything

Why the ketubah is such a meaningful and beautiful part of a Jewish interfaith wedding

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