Presuming too much intimacy, by Richard Cohen A Jewish Valentine’s Day: Love is the Ultimate Mitzvah, by Rabbi Benjamin Blech Is it OK to Celebrate Valentine’s Day, or is it Against Judaism?by Rabbi Yirmiyahu Ullman Valentine’s Day, Every Day by Mrs.There was a lot of backlash on social media and now Israel has taken to Facebook to confirm that he’s dating Adrienne and to refute the rumors Adrienne broke up his 20-year marriage that ended earlier this year. Suffering, terrorism, deciding a future for our country, and making the world safer; It is sad that I am even having to address this matter…I understand that gossip and salacious untrue speculative stories are far more interesting and entertaining than the truth & facts.
This week photos surfaces of TV personality Adrienne Bailon and Gospel artist Israel Houghton cuddling on the beach and it was revealed that the two are in a relationship following Israel’s divorce from his wife of 20 years. It has also come to light that Israel Houghton was friends with Adrienne Bailon and her ex-fiance, Lenny Santiago.Willig Love & Marriage by Rabbi David Gottlieb Finding Your Zivug and Ensuring a Successful Marriage by Rabbi Paysach Krohn Shidduchim, Marriage and Shalom Bayit by Rabbi Dovid Goldwasser Kabbalah of Love by Rabbi David Aaron 3 Ways to Make Your Marriage More Vibrant by Mrs.Lori Palatnik The 10 Commandments of Marriage by Rabbi Benzion Klatzko The Jewish View of Marriage – Marrying Your Ezer Knegdo – Soul Mate The Philosophy of Taharat Hamishpachah & Mikvah – The Hidden Mitzvot of Love, Joy and Renewal Celebrating a Jewish Wedding 1 Celebrating a Jewish Wedding 2 Love, Dating and Romance by Rabbi Pinchas Stolper 10 Questions to Ask Before Getting Married by Rabbi Dov Heller What is Love? Marriage by Rebbetzin Feige Twerski Power of Love by Rabbi Noach Weinberg and Rabbi Yaakov Salomon NCSY Why Date Jewish Resources NCSY Pamphlet on Why Date Jewish: Platonic Relationships by Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky Looking for Love in all the Right Places by Mrs.Combining polyamory and Judaism is one example of that.“For me, polyamory and Judaism make a lot of sense together,” Pittard said.As I previously wrote in a statement I released a while back, My marriage had been over for quite some time before going public with my divorce announcement.Where I shared, or as some have pointed out ‘over-shared’ my failure in my marriage… It seems to be simple math that I had not even yet met Adrienne during the time my marriage was falling apart.NEW YORK (JTA) — Bud Izen wasn’t prepared for the reaction he received the first time he brought his two girlfriends with him to synagogue in Eugene, Ore.The rabbi stopped the trio in the parking lot outside the synagogue and grilled Izen’s partners about whether or not they were really Jewish.Ian Osmond, 39, a Boston-area bartender and former Hebrew school teacher who has been in a polyamorous marriage for 10 years, says he believes the rabbinic ruling that prohibited polygamy nearly a millennium ago has expired.Still, Osmond worries that his behavior is inconsistent with Jewish law.