Mixed-Up Love: Relationships, Family, And Religious Identity In The 21st Century

Mixed-Up Love: Relationships, Family, And Religious Identity In The 21st Century

Mixed-Up Love: Relationships, Family, and Religious Identity in the 21st Century

Dating, commitment, kids, and family--it's all hard work, and when you come from different religious backgrounds it's even harder.

Jon, a Catholic writer, and Michal, a Reconstructionist rabbi, live out the challenges of an interfaith relationship everyday as husband and wife, and as parents to their daughter Sima, who is being raised Jewish. In MIXED-UP LOVE, the couple explores how interfaith relationships impact dating, weddings, holidays, raising children, and family functions--and how to not just cope, but thrive.

This is an engaging and practical resource for singles who are considering dating outside their own faith, couples in interfaith relationships, relatives and friends of "mixed" couples who seek information and understanding, and parents desiring a fresh perspective. With clarity, insight, and humor, Sweeney and Woll demonstrate how to engage with your partner, family, and faith like never before.

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What are the odds that a female rabbi would marry a divorced Catholic scholar trying to raise two teenagers? Probably better than many people might think. According to Rabbi Woll and her husband, Sweeney, interfaith marriages are on the rise. Though one well-known study prophesies...

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