It’s not unusual for people to question their faith or their religious identity throughout their lives. Often times taking a skeptical look within can help strengthen your convictions. For those who have chosen a new religion, the question of faith can become much more formidable – especially if the decision to convert was for external reasons. For instance, what happens if you convert for a spouse and then you get divorced? Where does that leave you religiously and spiritually? That was a question asked by Julie Gray in a recent blog post on The Huffington Post. She converted for her husband, but “twenty-five years, two kids and a divorce later,” she just wasn’t sure about her Jewish identity.