March 28, 1996

NEWS FEATURE: Reform Jewish leaders increasingly concerned by interfaith marriages

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c. 1996 Religion News Service (RNS)-Reform Judaism-the faith’s largest branch in North America with some 1.4-million members-has long been characterized by its liberal approach to interfaith marriages, accepting them as a fact of life in an open society. Currently, about 60 percent of Reform Jews are marrying non-Jews. In some southern and western states, the […]

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