If a Gentile decides to convert through the Reform movement for the purposes of being ethically monotheistic, practicing traditions relating to Judaism, and having a community, would they be punished for this in the Afterlife?

**Assuming that the convert goes through a bet dien, circumcision, and Mikvah

**By traditions I mean things like lighting Shabbat candles, observing the holidays,bar/bat mitzvahs, not eating foods regarded as trief by the Torah, etc

  • Why would you convert to Reform Judaism? Is there a specific reason you would pick the Reform movement over Orthodox Judaism? – ezra Mar 14 '17 at 19:05

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