Dating a jewish boy
Brandeis University researcher Sylvia Barack Fishman discovered that fully half of the intermarried couples that are “raising their children as Jews” hold Christmas and Easter celebrations in their homes!Psychologists report that many "dual-religion" children express a great deal of anger at their parents for putting them in the middle of an issue that the parents themselves could not resolve.In this video, a Jewish woman says: "Our marriage was going smoothly until the birth of our baby boy.I was thrilled and wanted to arrange for a Mohel to do the circumcision. He said, 'I won't allow that bloody, barbaric cult ritual!When a person has to choose one religion over the other, there is always the unconscious sense of choosing one parent over another.(The fact is that 92 percent of children of intermarriage marry non-Jews, effectively detaching themselves forever from the Jewish people.
He finally agreed to the Bris, but said, 'I'm sure you'll understand when I take the baby to be baptized.' I was shocked.
That's simply the default choice in our predominantly non-Jewish society.) But imagine if the child becomes a committed Jew or Christian. If he becomes a believing Christian, he'll think the Jewish parent is going to hell for denying the faith!