The thought of wedding and starting a family with someone who was not a member of the tribe was not up for debate in my mind.
Or that was the case when I moved to New York City after college.
“I took it as, ‘Okay, I got my grandma’s stamp of approval.’”Golin’s story is an inspiring one.
I felt that was a very hypocritical message growing up.”Golin said his family’s views on his marrying outside the Jewish faith had significantly changed by the time he walked down the aisle “Here’s a secret,” he told me with a laugh.
“If you wait until you’re 36 to get married, your folks are just so happy you’re getting married.”He even sensed a change of heart in his grandmother when she met his then-girlfriend, now-wife, who is of Japanese heritage.
In August 2015, the police detained and questioned Gopstein after he announced his support for the torching of churches and mosques.
I never considered marrying someone who wasn’t Jewish.