By Rabbi Charles Simon, Executive Director FJMC
If family members and community leaders wish to become engaged in the process of Keruv they often need to ask, “Does Keruv have an ideology and theology? And if so what is it?” Then they need to learn how to respond to intermarriage from the perspective of both gender and religion. This publication reflects the most current thinking about intermarriage to date and attempts to provide family members and community leaders with the needed understanding to effectively work with intermarrieds or potential intermarrieds.
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