Today’s interesting interfaith Jewish-non-Jewish news: according to Pew’s massive survey about contemporary Jewish life, 71% of non-religious Jews marry non-Jews. In their words:
Overall, the intermarriage rate is at 58 percent, up from 43 percent in 1990 and 17 percent in 1970. Among non-Orthodox Jews, the intermarriage rate is 71 percent.
More and more couples are mixed. Here at Interfaith Ketubahs, we love mixing the world together!