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by Dov Aharoni Fisch

Download Jews for Nothing: On Cults, Intermarriage and Assimilation eBook
ISBN:
0873063473
Author:
Dov Aharoni Fisch
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Feldheim Pub (June 1, 1984)
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368 pages
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by Dov Aharoni Fisch.

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Jews for Nothing: On Cults, Intermarriage, and Assimilation. New York: Schocken Book. Klansner, Samuel Z. 1987. The Encyclopedia of Religion. New York: Feldheim Publishers.

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on cults, intermarriage, and assimilation. by Dov Aharoni Fisch. Published 1984 by Feldheim Publishers in Jerusalem, New York. Conduct of life, Cults, Cultural assimilation, Interfaith marriage, Jewish way of life, Jewish youth, Jews. Includes bibliographical references.

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The proportion of Jews who say they have no religion and are Jewish only on the basis of ancestry . Among non-Orthodox Jews, the intermarriage rate is 71 percent.

Among non-Orthodox Jews, the intermarriage rate is 71 percent. Jews, a telephone survey of 3,475 Jews nationwide conducted between February and June and released on Tuesday.

Marriage to another Jew - in this case, a fellow Orthodox Jew with whom you could . There was, of course, nothing wrong with that

Marriage to another Jew - in this case, a fellow Orthodox Jew with whom you could have as many children as God would bless you with, and thereby perpetuate the tradition. There was, of course, nothing wrong with that. But all told, given my lack of belief and questions that would never be answered, it was pretty clear that my days in the Orthodox community were numbered. But is intermarriage (or, as I simply like to call it, marriage) a tragedy for the Jewish people?

Born of its generation, this book focuses on the confusions facing young Jews today.