October 26, 2009 12:21am
The CEO of InterfaithFamily.com writes that helping Israelis to learn not to think and talk about intermarriage as the equivalent of assimilation will contribute to increased Jewish identity and connection among intermarried families — something that is of vital interest to the Jewish communities of both North America and Israel.
September 1, 2004 9:00am
Edmund C. Case, the head of InterfaithFamily.com, shares his personal experience in making the High Holiday observances an experience that an interfaith home can benefit from and fully enjoy.
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