Dating a non religious person
Our son was bar mitzvahed and attended Hebrew school for five years.
(The fact is that 92 percent of children of intermarriage marry non-Jews, effectively detaching themselves forever from the Jewish people.Ask your son: Do you find the idea of praying to Jesus repulsive?Do you know that in the mind of your future spouse, Jesus is the ultimate image of yearning for spiritual transcendence?They will probably have highly diverse reactions to the film, and the anti-Semitism elements will be very difficult for them to reconcile.On the flip side, having them visit a Holocaust museum will also likely engender very different emotional reactions. Many intermarried couples say: "We're going to let our children choose their own religion. That way they'll get the best of both worlds." But the reality is that children of intermarried couples suffer an identity crisis.