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A Nonjudgmental Guide to Interfaith Marriage: Making Interfaith Marriage Work
     

A Nonjudgmental Guide to Interfaith Marriage: Making Interfaith Marriage Work

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by Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben, Ph.D.
 

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Every day Americans of different faiths fall in love, decide to marry, and are suddenly faced with a bewildering array of pressures, choices and conflicts. Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben offers down-to-earth advice to help couples of all faiths find their own solutions to sensitive issues, from talking about religious differences to deciding how to raise the children.

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Every day Americans of different faiths fall in love, decide to marry, and are suddenly faced with a bewildering array of pressures, choices and conflicts. Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben offers down-to-earth advice to help couples of all faiths find their own solutions to sensitive issues, from talking about religious differences to deciding how to raise the children.  Drawing upon 25 years of counseling experience, he shares the real life stories of couples who have met the challenges of interfaith relationships.

This unique, nonjudgmental guide will help you learn how to discuss religion, talk to parents, choose a ceremony that’s right for you, celebrate differences, create your own unique religious lifestyle, celebrate life as a “team marriage,” learn how to discuss sensitive issues in advance and discover the joy of creating a life filled with mutual fulfillment, understanding and love.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781469121178
Publisher:
Xlibris Corporation
Publication date:
04/25/2002
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
278 KB

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A Nonjudgmental Guide to Interfaith Marriage: Making Interfaith Marriage Work 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Ancamna More than 1 year ago
Not only is this book a useful guide for anyone in a serious interfaith relationship, I think it's a good read for anyone in any romantic relationship. There are some really good talking points and questions for couple to go over regarding religion and their views of the future, and many excerpts from interviews and situations where the author has mediated. Although biased towards a Jewish-Other relationship (which makes sense because the author is a rabbi so those are the couples he would see most often), the author does try to point out a few other types of interfaith relationships (not many though). The other downside I can see about this book is that it only talks about heterosexual relationships. However, I think a lot of the advice and information (such as making sure you talk things through with your partner) is useful for any relationship.