- A blog written by a Seventh Day Adventist about the diversity of interfaith and other "offbeat" marriages. She interviews couples about a broad spectrum of issues that include race, religion, age, and romance.
- A blog written by a Jewish woman married to an atheist and raising Jewish children
- An optimistic article written by a Congregationalist minister
- A ridiculously insufficient article that states you should talk about being in an interfaith relationship before you decide to have children.
- An article about a couple in Brooklyn that focuses on sorting out religious differences before the children are born. My least favorite quote from this article is:
- www.interfaithfamily.com a website of resources and articles for Jews marrying outside of their faith
- A Canadian website promoting religious tolerance about the nitty gritty theological rules of interfaith marriage written from a Christian/Buddhist/Agnostic/Wiccan/Atheist perspective.
Then, I found this article. Again, the writer presents an optimistic view for couples who want to maintain their individual identities and have children who speak two religious languages.
This is where I end my search for now. J. Dana Trent is the first writer I have found who is writing about interfaith marriage from a Protestant perspective here. I'm pleased to find a lively online conversation about interfaith relationships.
What have you found lately?