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Another acquaintance married a non-Jew who, at least in the time I've known the couple, never seemed to fully support her efforts to raise their son Jewish.
They recently divorced, and her ex-husband has successfully prevented her from continuing their son's formal Jewish education.
They may choose their own path someday, but we, as parents, should provide them with a solid foundation in their childhood.
My fear, realistic or not, that non-Jewish children might someday worry that their Jewish mom was going to Hell tipped the scales in favor of Judaism.
A language of West Semitic origins, culturally considered to be the language of the Jewish people.
Ancient or Classical Hebrew is the language of Jewish prayer or study.
Everyone's experience is different, but interfaith relationships are, by nature, tricky.
If you decide you're willing to date people of other faiths, be sure you first know where you stand on these and other important issues: If asked to, would you convert? Would you be comfortable having symbols of another faith or practicing another faith's holidays in your home?
I have to admit, when I say compromise, it has been mostly on my husband's part.My three-street subdivision was jokingly referred to as "Little Israel," because virtually the entire Jewish population of the city resided there.As a result, most of my early crushes--except for those couple on a neighborhood boy or a boy from Hebrew school--were on the dark-haired, dark-eyed Italian boys I grew up with.When he told me on our first date that he had attended Catholic school his whole life, I was disappointed but not disheartened.Nor was I discouraged by other people's reactions to my new relationship.