Just wondering because I’m pretty athiest and secular, but I will only marry a Jewish person. Don’t fast on Yom Kippur, have been to synagogue like 3 times since my Bar Mitzvah, don’t eat Kosher, yet I’m still really connected to this people and I’m going to keep our traditions alive and raise Jewish kids. I feel like a lot of secular Jews lose this connection after a generation or two and to me that’s very sad because we are much more than a religion, a great people.
Secular Jews, how important is it for your to marry a Jewish person?
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