Intermarriage is an American Jewish reality — a natural consequence of a liberal society in which individuals have the freedom to marry whomever they wish.
We affirm this freedom and this right.
We believe that intermarriage is neither good nor bad, just as we believe that the marriage of two Jews, in itself, is neither good nor bad. The moral worth of a marriage always depends on the quality of the human relationship — on the degree of mutual love and respect that prevails.
Adopted in 1974.