The Diaspora isn’t ready to sit in the back of the bus.
Instead of a simple “yes” or “no” to the intermarriage question, maybe it’s time to redefine in-marriage.
Arguments made by a Conservative Jewish leader defending the current ban on performing intermarriages only confirmed that it will soon be overturned.
Intermarriage confounds the Conservative Jewish movement’s efforts to balance modernity and Jewish law. Here’s how one ‘renegade’ rabbi responded.
I am a female cantor serving a Conservative synagogue in an affluent suburb in California. I’m also married to a woman.
These six suggestions could be the key to saving Conservative Judaism.
Rabbi Steven Abraham of Beth El Synagogue in Omaha wrote that’s it time to “say yes” to intermarried couples in the Conservative movement.
Steinlauf described the initiative as “far reaching” and “designed to radically reimagine the ancient traditions of Judaism to meet the needs of future generations across the movement and the world,
RIO DE JANEIRO – A few days before they read from the Passover Haggadah about how God split the Red Sea waters, Brazilian Jews have never felt so split between right and left. At the center of the divide, although hardly in the Moses role, is Jair Bolsonaro, a 61-year-old conservative lawmaker who appears…
Conservative Jews will now welcome non-Jews into synagogue membership. What does that mean for the movement and its grappling with intermarriage?