What exactly does it mean to be Jewish? According to the latest numbers from Pew, it has less and less to do with religion. About a fifth of Jews say they don’t really have a religion, even though they still consider themselves to be Jewish. The intermarriage rate among non-Orthodox Jews is a whopping 71%. “Two-thirds of Jews do not belong to a synagogue, one-fourth do not believe in God and one-third had a Christmas tree in their home last year.” And from what I can tell, there aren’t too many of us who can still make a decent plate of Latkes.

+ Here’s the full report from Pew, including this important stat: 42% of Jews said having a good sense of humor is essential to their Jewish identity. That seems low.