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Books on Intermarriage
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- Dear Rabbi, Why Can't I Marry Her?, by Rabbi Eliezer Shemtov.
A must-read for outreach professionals and anyone who wants to help fellow Jews marry Jews.
- How to Prevent an Intermarriage, by Rabbi Kalman Packouz.
This practical, down-to-earth book is designed to help parents stop their children from intermarrying.
- Intermarriage Alert, by Rabbi Yerachmiel Landy.
For someone who is considering intermarriage but is willing to listen to the truth, this powerful book offers much-needed direction and focus.
- It All Begins with a Date: Jewish Concerns about Intermarriage, by Alan Silverstein.
The former president of the Rabbinical Assembly addresses the Conservative movement's approach to interdating and intermarriage.
- Jewish Intermarriage Around the World, edited by Shulamit Reinharz & Sergio DellaPergola.
Most research on intermarriage between Jews and non-Jews focuses on the United States. This volume takes a path-breaking approach, examining countries with smaller Jewish populations so as to better understand countries with larger Jewish populations.
- Perfect Strangers: Redefining Intermarriage, by Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz.
Rabbi Jacobovitz deftly explains the philosophical aspects of intermarriage and describes some of the real issues that intermarried couples face. This book is a must for anyone who wants to better understand the challenges of intermarriage and ways to deal with its ripple effects.
- Putting Out the Fire, by Aharon Ungar.
Decades ago, the Chafetz Chaim gave us a mission: to bring our brothers and sisters back to Torah. Today, with the fires of assimilation and intermarriage burning out of control, every Jew must heed his call.
- Why Be Jewish? Intermarriage, Assimilation, and Alienation, by Rabbi Meir Kahane zt"l.
Many Jews are asking the question, "Why be Jewish?" In this inspiring book, Rabbi Kahane discusses why this question is being asked, and he provides solid, authoritative answers why they should, indeed, 'be Jewish'.
- Why Marry Jewish?, by Rabbi Doron Kornbluth.
Why marry Jewish? It's a question many young singles have asked themselves at one point or another. Here are some very convincing answers to the question.
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