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It's very confusing for a young person trying to forge an identity in an already-complex world. They need to have a solid, unambiguous identity which gives them a place in the world.They need a spiritual tradition through which to experience lifecycle events, and to have a community where they feel at home.We don't always realize it, but belief in God is an essential part of our identity.Ask your son: Do you find the idea of praying to Jesus repulsive?On the flip side, having them visit a Holocaust museum will also likely engender very different emotional reactions. Many intermarried couples say: "We're going to let our children choose their own religion. That way they'll get the best of both worlds." But the reality is that children of intermarried couples suffer an identity crisis.
It is the most deeply-engrained cultural difference between Jews and non-Jews.
At the end of the day, for me it’s not an “interfaith relationship.” It’s just a relationship.
And it’s not some wildly different experience dating someone not Jewish, because where it counts, he is: His values are made of compassion, justice, and kindness. So while the rabbinate may think our relationship is disgusting, invalid, or horrifying, I don’t care.
A film like "The Passion" provides an opportunity to raise these issues.
They will probably have highly diverse reactions to the film, and the anti-Semitism elements will be very difficult for them to reconcile.
Not an interfaith, interracial, mixed, different, special, unique relationship. One that, when we get married, cannot be officiated by an Orthodox or Conservative rabbi, or be recognized in Israel, because I’m Jewish and he’s not. What weirds me out isn’t that our marriage wouldn’t be recognized in a vast number of Jewish institutions.