Debate: Has Intermarriage formed another, distinct Jewry?

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February 8, 2007 13:55
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Steven Cohen: I want people to realistically understand intermarriage All our acceptance, openness and welcoming has done nothing to check the rise in intermarriage or to bring the intermarried closer to Jewish life. Unless things change, the future for today's intermarried will look no different than it has in the past. Paul Golin: Cohen is splitting the Jewish community Justification is what his paper is about, and that justification can be summed up simply as: intermarriage is bad. Here's the answer he can't seem to fathom: get past using in-marriage as the only measurement of success.


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