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    handsI’m thrilled to announce that I’ve reached a deal for my next book with the folks who did Parenting Beyond Belief and Raising Freethinkers — AMACOM Books in New York. The topic is marriage and parenting between religious and nonreligious partners. No title yet, and I hate even the working titles I’ve come up with. (More on that soon.)

    I’ve been hoping to get this done for about three years now, but other projects kept butting in. Many of the most common questions I get from secular parents are about issues around this kind of mixed marriage. Though there are several books on marriages between partners of two different religions — including half a dozen titles on Jewish-Christian intermarriage alone — there’s nothing for the biggest belief gap of all. And since there are at least five times as many nonreligious people in the U.S. as Jewish, we’re talking about a much larger population, one that’s totally unserved.

    The issues are also different when instead of two religious traditions, you’re blending natural and supernatural worldviews. Existing interfaith marriage books aren’t all that helpful with this different set of questions.

    This is a complex project that will take all year. Since detailed data are sparse for the topic, I’ll be conducting a large-scale survey sometime in March or April, as well as a series of interviews with mixed couples.

    Like the Dummies book, I’ll be blogging the process and asking questions along the way — just watch for posts with the “mixed marriage” tag. Thanks in advance for your help!



    This was written on Thursday, 07. February 2013 at 10:37 and was filed under belief and believers, mixed marriage, nonbelief and nonbelievers, Parenting. You can keep up with the comments to this article by using the RSS-Feed.

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    1. Fantastic! Being an atheist father married to a Christian (and being the one who changed, as we were both Christians when we got married and decided to have kids), this is a can of worms near and dear to my heart. I’ll be following with great anticipation.

      Comment: jas_on – 12. February 2013 @ 11:17 am

    2. Excellent followup to the parenting books! Especially since many married couples start off fine, ignoring their difference in beliefs until the kids come along and a common ground must be established. Looking forward to it, and glad to hear that you will need help from the blogosphere, because a year of “radio silence” from you would be sad indeed.

      Comment: mother of one – 12. February 2013 @ 12:12 pm

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