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That change did not sit well with many, even within Reform Judaism.“Then it became just who we are,” Jacobs continued.In two separate instances in December, groups within Conservative Judaism — the second-largest movement of American Jews — appeared to challenge some of their own rules that discourage interfaith dating and matrimony: Unlike rabbis in Reform Judaism, the largest American stream of Judaism, Conservative rabbis may not preside at interfaith marriages.Conservative Judaism has stood fast on this, even as it has embraced female rabbis and same-sex weddings and welcomed the non-Jewish spouses of congregants into its synagogues.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code.Because of this, I just waved good bye to her (instead of hug) which I regret not doing because we did have moments where we stood quite close during our first 5-hour date (lunch, aquarium, then ice cream). That being said, I’m wondering if I should take it slow given how we met?What would you guys do/think in a similar situation? The other “issue” which I am reading way too much into is “hang out” vs “date”.
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The original phrasing calls on USY leaders to “refrain” from dating non-Jews; the new wording speaks of “recognizing the importance of dating within the Jewish community.” The intention, though, Shapiro said, was to make the language more inclusive out of respect to USY leaders who have a non-Jewish parent — not to make it more acceptable for USY leaders to date non-Jews.
But not everyone is so convinced that the teens’ vote and the demise of Gardenswartz’s proposal simply reinforce the status quo.
“This is about our children and our grandchildren, and making sure that in this glorious open society, that when our children fall in love — with whomever they fall in love — they know they can always come back to their spiritual home,” he said.
In a religion whose adherents number fewer than 15 million worldwide, which lost 6 million souls during the Holocaust, and whose children feel increasingly free to choose whether or not they will produce a next generation of committed Jews, any changes regarding dating and marriage can be fraught with anxiety and emotion.