From time to time I ask people to – in their own words – speak about how being part of an interfaith family has impacted them. This piece is by Daniel Citron, a young man who has thought deeply about his identity as a Jew. My name is Daniel Tamor Liu Citron – my name…Read More »
Are Our Children Jewish?
Patrilineal Descent, Reform Judaism and those other Jews In 1983 the Reform movement officially recognized children of Jewish fathers as Jewish. But if you read the statement it says that every child of a mixed marriage, whether the mother or father is Jewish, must establish their identity as a Jew “through appropriate and timely public…Read More »