In this video, a Jewish woman says: "Our marriage was going smoothly until the birth of our baby boy.
I was thrilled and wanted to arrange for a Mohel to do the circumcision. He said, 'I won't allow that bloody, barbaric cult ritual!
Until that trial separation, he does not have clarity about the right thing to do.
One set of grandparents has a Christmas Tree, the other a Chanukah menorah.
It's very confusing for a young person trying to forge an identity in an already-complex world. They need to have a solid, unambiguous identity which gives them a place in the world.
Ask your son: Do you find the idea of praying to Jesus repulsive?
Do you know that in the mind of your future spouse, Jesus is the ultimate image of yearning for spiritual transcendence?
It's engrained from day one – the same way that your Jewish imagery is engrained.