Belin, David. Why Choose Judaism: New Dimensions of Jewish
Outreach. UAHC Press #381900 1985. Out of Print. ISBN 0-807403-02-4.
[Non-Orthodox. Explores the uniqueness of Judaism and its special roles in
America today. Designed for partners in an interfaith relationship.]
Commission on Reform Jewish Outreach. What Is Reform Jewish
Outreach?. Union of American Hebrew Congregations and Central Conference
of American Rabbis, 838 Fifth Avenue, NY NY 10021, 212/249-0100. Pamphlet.
Cowan, Paul; Cowan, Rachel (Contributor). Mixed Blessings:
Overcoming the Stumbling Blocks in an Interfaith Marriage. Penguin USA
(Paper); 1989. Paperback. Reprint edition. ISBN 0-140111-89-1. [Describes the
interpersonal conflicts that can come from different religious backgrounds and
how major life changes (death of a parent, birth of a child) can bring up
conflicts. Focuses on how to deal with religious identity and practice with
children in mixed marriages. (Authors had a mixed marriage, Rachel has
converted and has become a rabbi) Non-Orthodox]
Crohn, Joel. Mixed Matches: How to Create Successful Interracial,
Interethnic, and Interfaith Relationships. Fawcett Books; 1995. Paperback.
Hawxhurst, Joan C. (ed). Interfaith Wedding Ceremonies: Samples
and Sources. Dovetail Publishing; 1997. Paperback. ISBN 0-965128-41-5.
Jacobs, Sidney J.; Jacobs, Betty J. 122 Clues for Jews Whose
Children Intermarry. Jacobs Ladder Pubns; 1988. Paperback. ISBN
Kaplan, Jane. Interfaith Families: Personal Stories of
Jewish-Christian Intermarriage. Praeger Publishers; 2004. Paperback. ISBN
King, Andrea; Schindler, Alexander M. If I'm Jewish and You're
Christian, What Are the Kids? A Parenting Guide for Interfaith Families.
Union of American Hebrew Congregations; 1993. Paperback. ISBN
Litvin, Baruch. Jewish Identity: Modern Responsa and Opinions
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Mann, Gil. How to Get More Out of Being Jewish Even If: A. You Are
Not Sure You Believe in God, B. You Think Going to Synagogue Is a Waste of
Time, C. You think... Leo & Sons Pub; 1997. Paperback. ISBN
Packard, Gwen K. Coping in an Interfaith Family (Coping
Series). Rosen Publishing Group; 1993. Library binding. ISBN
Petsonk, Judy; Remsen, Jim. The Intermarriage Handbook: A Guide
for Jews & Christians. Quill; 1988, 1991. Paperback. Reprint edition.
ISBN 0-688103-79-0. [This book explains basis of each other's culture, and
guidelines on how to proceed.]
Rosenberg, Roy A.; Meehan, Peter; and Payne, John Wade.
Happily Inter-married: Authoritative Advice for a Joyous Jewish-Christian
Marriage. Out of Print. ISBN 0-020891-60-1.[Written by a Protestant
minister, a Roman Catholic priest, and a Reform Jewish rabbi, offers insights
to couples seriously considering a permanent bireligious relationship.]
Rosenbaum, Mary Helene and Rosenbaum, Stanley Ned. Celebrating
Our Differences: Living Two Faiths in One Marriage. Ragged Edge Press,
1994. White Mane Pub; 1999. Paperback. 2nd revised edition. ISBN
Silverstein, Alan. Dual Faith Parenting, Second Thoughts on a
Popular Trend. The Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs, Inc., New York, NY.
1993. [Pamphlet giving strong reasons against trying to raise the child of a
mixed marriage with both faiths. Conservative viewpoint.]
Silverstein, Alan. Preserving Jewishness in Your Family: After
Intermarriage Has Occurred. Jason Aronson; 1995. Paperback. ISBN
Yob, Iris M. Keys to Interfaith Parenting (Barron's Parenting Keys
Series). Barrons Educational Series; 1998. Paperback. ISBN
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