How are Jewish and Christian funerals different?
In all the loaded discussions of “who’s a Jew” we sometimes lose sight of the many ways that one can be Jewish.
Dr. Bruce Phillips of Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles offered some interesting insights on Judaism and intermarriage in America.
Why I do not use the word shiksa. Ever.
This time of year, sooner or later I will encounter someone who will reassure me that “we’re all really the same, I mean, we all believe in God, right?” It’s a feel-good, no-worries approach to interfaith issues, and it drives me nuts.
Is my non-Jewish parent’s name part of my Hebrew name?
Funerals can be complex and challenging for interfaith families.