Last week, the 66th annual National Prayer Breakfast rounded off a three-day event promoting interfaith communication and understanding.
Compared to the 2017 prayer breakfast, during which newly-inaugurated President Donald Trump sparked controversy by promising to “destroy” the Johnson Amendment and mocking fellow reality TV personality Arnold Schwarzenegger’s television ratings, some saw Trump’s 2018 speech as being comparatively “subdued.”
For interfaith couples, deciding where and how to exchange wedding vows may be only the beginning of a lifelong negotiation between multiple faiths. With interfaith marriages on the rise in the United States, couples are increasingly facing daunting questions about how to pass on their religions to their children.
While some interfaith couples ultimately choose a primary faith tradition in which to raise their children, a growing number of organizations are helping support parents...