I am dating a jewish guy
You don’t have to be religious to treasure your Jewish identity and to want your children and grandchildren to be Jewish.
This feeling is undoubtedly at the root of your parents’ strong sentiments.
For a current schedule, go to: & Sherry I am 19 and grew up not knowing of my Jewish blood.
I started practicing Judaism about a year ago and much of this is still so new to me, but I have never felt so fulfilled in my life.
I do not think it is fair to put restraints on love and say that it has to stay exclusively in the same religion or race, but sometimes I think Gentiles do not understand where I come from as a Jew. You’ve begun a spiritual journey that we hope will continue to fulfill you for a lifetime.
Your knowledge of Judaism is new, and will continue to bloom over the years.
Your journey will be much more meaningful if you can share it with the people you date.
Their children and/or grandchildren frequently do not consider themselves Jews.
The beauty of our 3,000-year faith, rich history and culture often ends within a generation of intermarriage.