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Rabbi Roundtable

The Forward has a regular segment called Rabbi Roundtable where a group of Rabbis give their opinions on a topic. Yesterday’s topic was “Is Intermarriage a Problem or Opportunity” Susan Katz Miller at On Being Both had a great response to the piece. She pointed out the sample of mostly Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis which isn’t the reality of the American Jewish landscape. She also points out the problematic use of the word “Intermarriage” and the words problem or opportunity. The…

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Interfaith Marriage is Good?

I’m a big fan of reading about other’s interfaith marriage experiences. Here’s the truth: what I write on here, what anyone tells you about their experiences, your interfaith experience is your own. Interfaith relationships involve dealing with people and family dynamics. It means waiting out as the worlds of religion change. It’s why my experience has been vastly different than two of my friends. Which leads me to a piece I read by Paul Golin on Forward. His question is: Is…

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