Interfaith

Covenant and Chosenness

According to some interpreters, the Jews chose to be chosen.

The Jewish-Buddhist Encounter

Both faith communities have something to teach the other.

Chosen People: Some Modern Views

While some modern Jews have rejected the notion of chosenness altogether, others have reinterpreted it as an ethical mission or a national spirit.

Jews and Muslims

Sept. 11 and the Second Intifada in Israel interrupted years of improvement in Muslim-Jewish relations.

Non-Jewish Mothers and the Blessings on the Torah

Could an aliyah be a way to honor the sacrifices of a non-Jewish mother who raises a Jewish child?

Interfaith Marriage Taboo

Should Jewishly-committed single women be encouraged to marry supportive non-Jewish men?

Jews and Non-Jews: Interfaith Relations

Interfaith relationships between Jews and non-Jews is a hard-hitting issue that affects the entire Jewish world.