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Reporters’ Roundtable: Interfaith Edition

A new study on intermarriage that upends long-held notions about how to engage the children of intermarried couples is the subject of this week’s Reporters’ Roundtable. Reporter Josh Nathan-Kazis speaks with staff writer Gal Beckerman and senior columnist J.J. Goldberg about the tenor of the current conversation on intermarriage, in comparison to that of years and decades past, and the panel discusses how Jewish movements are dealing with issues of rabbinic ordination, marriage and burial of those in interfaith relationships.

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