As Jews, we have a unique identity that is connected to our purpose in the world.We are the “chosen people.” We were chosen to propagate the ethical monotheism of Judaism. In a brief look at history we can see the antiquity, survival and impact of the Jewish people as unique and remarkable.

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Dear Rabbi, I’m getting married in October to a girl who is not Jewish (she is Hindu, born in India) and we’re having a difficult time finding a Rabbi who will marry us. And do you have any recommendations for Rabbis that would consider performing the ceremony.

It’s important to me and my family that we are married by a Rabbi. Dear Rabbi, I will be married (very soon) to a Jewish woman.

The Jew saw them all, and is now what he always was, exhibiting no decadence, no infirmities of age, no weakening of his parts, no slowing of his energies, no dulling of his alert and aggressive mind.

All things are mortal but the Jew; all other nations pass, but he remains. ” Intermarriage is a betrayal of our task and of our “choseness.” It is also a guarantee against Jewish continuity. “How do you expect your son to follow Judaism when you don’t?

He does not strive towards a happiness, or comfort, which may be irrelevant to G-d’s idea of him.

His success is the idea of G-d, successfully carried through, and he is in love with his destiny…I am not Jewish, but would very much like to include several of the Jewish traditions in our wedding, to embrace her heritage as well.Dear [email protected], For Jews, “marrying within the faith” isn’t a cultural preference or prejudice.Think of what has been sacrificed in the past by our own ancestors to keep their Judaism.And think of the heritage that is being sacrificed for the sake of personal reasons.The practice of not “intermarrying” is in fact one of the oldest features of Judaism.