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How Interfaith Dating Reinvigorated My Judaism
Jack Botwinik, Author and Speaker
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Interfaith dating is a matter of great contention in the Jewish world; conversations around interdating are often pessimistic. But Jack Botwinick has another take.
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DATE POSTED:  06-03-2014 MORE ABOUT THE TALK

Interfaith dating is a matter of great contention in the Jewish world; conversations around interdating are often pessimistic. But Jack Botwinick has another take. Using his personal story and lessons learned, he shows us a more optimistic approach to interfaith dating - one that actually invigorates Jewish life.

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Interfaith dating is a matter of great contention in the Jewish world; conversations around interdating are often pessimistic. But Jack Botwinick has another take.
ABOUT THE TALK

Interfaith dating is a matter of great contention in the Jewish world; conversations around interdating are often pessimistic. But Jack Botwinick has another take. Using his personal story and lessons learned, he shows us a more optimistic approach to interfaith dating - one that actually invigorates Jewish life.

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Jack Botwinik is a speaker, author and freelance writer. His autobiography, Chicken Soup with Chopsticks: A Jew's Struggle for Truth in an Interfaith Relationship, is recommended by Aish HaTorah, The Jewish Press, Rabbi Michael Skobac of Jews for Judaism, and many others. Jack has written for Jewish Action, Binah, The Canadian Jewish News, Aish.com, and other publications. He is the former Dating Columnist for Ottawa Jewish Bulletin. Jack grew up in a culturally rich environment, speaking five languages. He attained a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from McGill University in Montreal.  His interesting career choices have led him from welfare office, to prison cell, to parole squad. He now works for Correctional Service of Canada. Jack’s experience in dealing with destitute and under-privileged people, and his re-examination of his religious heritage, significantly altered his outlook on life.  Jack enjoys spending time with his wife and five children

 
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Jack Botwinik is a speaker, author and freelance writer. His autobiography, Chicken Soup with Chopsticks: A Jew's Struggle for Truth in an Interfaith Relationship, is recommended by Aish HaTorah, The Jewish Press, Rabbi Michael Skobac of Jews for Judaism, and many others. Jack has written for Jewish Action, Binah, The Canadian Jewish News, Aish.com, and other publications. He is the former Dating Columnist for Ottawa Jewish Bulletin. Jack grew up in a culturally rich environment, speaking five languages. He attained a Master of Arts degree in Political Science from McGill University in Montreal.  His interesting career choices have led him from welfare office, to prison cell, to parole squad. He now works for Correctional Service of Canada. Jack’s experience in dealing with destitute and under-privileged people, and his re-examination of his religious heritage, significantly altered his outlook on life.  Jack enjoys spending time with his wife and five children

 

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