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by Lavey Derby,Canon J. Gibson,Lee F. Gruzen
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  • Author:
    Lavey Derby,Canon J. Gibson,Lee F. Gruzen
  • ISBN:
    1557040591
  • ISBN13:
    978-1557040596
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  • Publisher:
    Newmarket Pr; Revised edition (March 1990)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
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    Sociology
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Both of these books give very practical, fair, and clear advice on interfaith . This was the first book I read on this subject. After getting my friends' opinions of how they have been raising their children with each parent a different religion, I felt I needed more advice from a neutral party.

Both of these books give very practical, fair, and clear advice on interfaith families and then let you decide on what you wish to integrate into your life. 53 people found this helpful. This book helped me become much more open minded about how I could bring a baby into the world with each parent having completely different beliefs. It helped me to see how we can both raise our child with our own religious beliefs while fully respecting each other.

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how interfaith parents can give children the best of both their heritage. by Lee F. Gruzen, Lavey Derby, Joel A. Gibson, Sheila Gordon. Published 1990 by Newmarket Press in New York.

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of blending both Jewish and Christian faiths into the lives of children of interfaith marriages.

Written with honesty and warmth, it offers a wealth of insight into the complicated feelings and loyalties that parents, children, grandparents, and clergy bring to the subject of raising Jewish/Christian children.

In L. F. Gruzen, Raising your Jewish/Christian child: How interfaith parents can give their children the best of both their heritages (pp. vi–viii). New York: Newmarket Press. Fishman, S. B. (2004). Double or nothing: Jewish families and mixed marriage

In L. Double or nothing: Jewish families and mixed marriage. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England. Egypt: The forbidden love of interfaith romances. BBC News, 24 November. London: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Based on hundreds of interviews and extensive research and personal experience, this book covers talking with children about God, planning ceremonies, celebrating holidays, relationships with grandparents, and developing a sense of self and belonging.

Binar
This is a great resource for couples hoping to integrate both religions into their family life. I know other reviewers complain that the author is too "wishy washy," but I actually find this tone helpful in a more liberal approach to raising children in a way that embraces both religions.
Hiclerlsi
This book does seem to be controversial on the interfaith parenting subject and I would advise readers to read it with caution. I believe these book reviews should NOT be a platform for personal vendettas so I will try to give my objective opinion on this book. While this book is groundbreaking in its relevance to the interfaith parenting issue, I feel it is somewhat wishy-washy in its presentation of how to raise a child in both religions. There appears to be no clear-cut answers in this book for those of us who struggle with how to raise our children. Indeed, while the authors have good intentions, it seems their parenting philosophy is unclear and I am afraid they don't make a very strong case for raising children in a hodge-podge of both Judaism and Christianity with no strong identity in either religion. I would rather recommend two excellent books that include this subject: The Interfaith Family Guidebook by Joan Hawxhurst and The Intermarriage Handbook by Judy Petsonk. Both of these books give very practical, fair, and clear advice on interfaith families and then let you decide on what you wish to integrate into your life.
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I found this book to be one of the first I discovered that truly examined the option of raising a child to know and respect BOTH religions of the parents. Up until I read this book I was saddened that all advice I'd read said, "Pick one religion and stick with it..."
This seemed too simplistic It would necessarily exclude one parent from sharing their own childhood faith with their kids in a meaningful way. We intend to raise our own children as Jews, but I also want them to have a sense of respect and knowledge of my own religion.
Doulkree
This was the first book I read on this subject. After getting my friends' opinions of how they have been raising their children with each parent a different religion, I felt I needed more advice from a neutral party. This book helped me become much more open minded about how I could bring a baby into the world with each parent having completely different beliefs. It helped me to see how we can both raise our child with our own religious beliefs while fully respecting each other.
Nawenadet
I had high expectations for this book to help us raise our 3 and 2 year olds from Jewish/Christian parents. Unfortunately, the content is a fairly generic raising of the issues with virtually no recommendations or guidelines on what to actually do! Too bad, the topic is worthy of some seasoned advice.