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I was born to a Jewish father and Christian mother, following all Jewish holidays, and have always identified as a Jew and nothing else. I was frequently reminded by my friends (most of whom were Jewish) that, technically, I am not a Jew. Nevertheless, my research has shown that I am considered a Jew per Reform Judaism, which adheres to patrilineal descent if a child is brought up Jewishly.
I have always wanted to convert to make it more "official" in the community in which I live, and because I do not wish for anyone to doubt my faith. I wish it was enough for me to believe I'm Jewish based on my actions and beliefs; but, that isn't the case. And, as I accept Judaism, it must accept me.
Hence, my dilemma: I don't know according to which stream of Judaism to convert. I am of Ashkenazi descent and was raised upholding all high holidays, Shabbos, attending shul at least once yearly and separating dairy and meat. I believe the Torah was given to Moses and that everything was as intended without human interference and interpretations (i.e. Modern Orthodox). I feel that, by converting via Modern Orthodoxy, I would feel more accepted by everyone. Nevertheless, I am not sure I am ready to commit to modest dress and other key elements that Modern Orthodoxy requires. I am speaking to a Modern Orthodox Rabbi on Friday, but I am still undecided. I feel as though Conservative Judaism doesn't adhere enough, that Orthodoxy adheres too much, and that I'm somewhere in the middle. Please advise.