Tag: interfaith families

Interfaith Marriage, Then and Now: A Review of Star Crossed by Bette Isacoff

Interfaith Marriage: Then and Now  When Fred and I were engaged in November of 2009, our families didn’t balk. It was no matter that we were two ordained persons in intrinsically different religions, and that ahead of us would be the difficult task of forming 

Can You Really Be Both? A Review of Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family by Susan Katz Miller

  The Children Question When Fred and I are share our Saffron Cross story at book readings and speaking engagements, the most popular question we receive is: “What about kids?” As a Christian-Hindu couple, how would we choose to raise children? With one religion? Two religions?