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Fault Lines Season 1, Episode 15: Changing Views On Intermarriage

Some prominent conservative rabbis are now pushing for the ability to ordain intermarriages. Why are these rabbis pushing for this now? Are conservative rabbis trying to compete with reform rabbis? Is it part of a new push to appeal to millennials who wouldn’t consider conversion?

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