Mak­ing a Suc­cess­ful Jew­ish Inter­faith Marriage

Rab­bi Ker­ry Olitzky with Joan Peter­son Littman
  • From the Publisher
October 10, 2011
Inter­faith rela­tion­ships are com­mon­place; the chal­lenges that go along with them are not. An inter­faith cou­ple will have to con­front tough ques­tions, yet it’s often dif­fi­cult to find answers, espe­cial­ly when tra­di­tion­al sources of help – fam­i­ly, friends, cler­gy, and coun­selors – are unable or unwill­ing to under­stand the prob­lems. From a Jew­ish per­spec­tive, this book guides inter­faith cou­ples at any stage of their rela­tion­ship – from dat­ing, engage­ment, and the wed­ding to the mar­riage – and the peo­ple who are affect­ed by their rela­tion­ship in any way, includ­ing coun­selors who work with inter­faith cou­ples and their families.

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