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Chicken Soup with Chopsticks

A Jew’s Struggle for Truth in an Interfaith Relationshipby Jack Botwick
What happens when a nice Jewish boy falls in love with a Chinese lady? What happens when she is completely ignorant about the Jewish people? Should he pressure her to convert? How does he handle his parents who are very upset, and hers, [...]

February 16 2010 | Posted in Inter-Marriage | Read More »

Choose Life

An Approach for Obtaining Happiness and Meaningby Rabbi Ezriel Tauber
David is considering intermarriage and wants to know why anyone would possibly object. To his surprise, he finds a rabbi who gives him plenty to think about. Their conversations lead to an elucidation of the basics of Judaism, the secret of happiness,(238 Pages)

Publisher: Feldheim

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Perfect Strangers

Redefining Intermarriageby Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz
The initiator of JAAM, Jewish Awareness America, a national awareness program for Jewish students, writes about a complex and painful topic. Written with straightforward clarity, Perfect Strangers first discusses basics of the human experience, such as, What is the purpose of life?, What is love?, and What are the essentials [...]

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Dear Rabbi, Why Can’t I Marry Her?

A Dialogue on Intermarriageby Rabbi Eliezer Shemtov
This original and eye-opening new book records the fascinating e-mail correspondences between a rabbi who was answering questions on Judaism on www.Askmoses.com and two different non-Jews who were dating Jews. By addressing their questions about Jewish law and intermarriage, Rabbi Shemtov gives important answers on this topic that [...]

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The Guide to Jewish Interfaith Family Life

An InterfaithFamily.com HandbookEdited by Ronnie Friedland and Edmund Case
In this first-of-its-kind resource, Jewish and non-Jewish members of interfaith families- grandparents, parents, children, dating, and committed couples, Jews-by-Choice, and extended family members-and the rabbis, cantors, family educators, and outreach professionals who work with them, offer you their own first-hand experience. An [...]

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