New answers tagged gerut-conversion
According to one rav, a goy can keep shabbos without doing a single melecha. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUWtj1qiFcM I just thought I'd throw this out there.
The first step in considering conversion is to learn about Judaism and Jewish history on your own, so you can choose, first, whether you want to be a Jew (not an easy choice) and also what kind of Judaism you would want to pursue, because there are many options. This site is a great place to start, though it often only presents an "Orthodox" perspective. I'd ...
As discussed previously: 1800 years ago, it sounds like the Mishnah would permit a mamzer to marry a non-Jewish (actually, more like quasi-Jewish) slave woman; when that woman is freed she (and her unborn children) become full Jews. A (male) mamzer would thus be allowed to father a non-mamzer child this way. In contemporary times you can't just go out and ...
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