Synopses & Reviews
Interfaith marriages are commonplace. Some research estimates that over 50 percent of Jewish people now marry people of other faiths. Interfaith couples face special challenges, but they don't always know where to turn for answers to their unique questions.
From a Jewish perspective, Making a Successful Jewish Interfaith Marriage guides interfaith couples at any stage in their relationship -- from dating, engagement, and the wedding to the actual marriage -- and the people who are affected by their relationship in any way, including counselors who work with interfaith couples and their families.
While making no judgments or dictating answers, and supporting individual choice, it covers a variety of topics.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-139).