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A guide to navigating the waters of interfaith relationships. How does one reconcile Judaism with non-Jewish holidays like Christmas and Easter? Can Jews go to church?

Can Jews Celebrate Christmas?
In this edition of 'Ask the Rabbi' a reader asks Rabbi Marc Disick whether it's OK for her interfaith family to celebrate Christmas with Christian relatives.

How Can a Non-Jew Show Respect for a Jew?
How Can a Non-Jew Show Respect for a Jew? Should Gentiles dress a certain way or serve certain food when inviting someone Jewish into their homes?

Jewish View of Intermarriage
The number of Jews in the world is small today. There are about 13 million Jews worldwide (primarily living in Israel and the United States), which is less than one quarter of one percent of the world's population. Consequently, Jews are sensitive to anything they feel poses a threat to Jewish survival. Intermarriage is viewed by many as one of those threats.

The Jewish View of Jesus
Who was Jesus, according to Judaism?

Orthodox Rabbi - Why don't Jews believe in Jesus as the Messiah?
Rabbi Shraga Simmmons explains why Jews do not believe in Jesus as the Messiah.

Conservative Rabbi - Why don't Jews accept Jesus as the Messiah?
Rabbi Barry Dov Lerner explains why don't Jews accept Jesus as the Messiah.

What Are the Noahide Laws?
Many who are considering conversion to Judaism opt to commit to the seven Noahide Laws, the minimum moral duties required by the Torah for everyone.

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