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The Rambam allowed a convert to say “God of our fathers” in prayers, which a convert was, up to that point, not allowed to say, because his “fathers” were not Jewish. Indeed, the Mishna in Bikkurim does not allow it. [The Babylonian Talmud (the Bavli) has no Gemara in Bikkurim, and hence accepts the Mishna]: The convert brings [first fruits] but does ...


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In your question How could there be two different Talmuds (Babylonian and Jerusalem) if they are both stemming from a direct oral tradition from Sinai? you seem to assume that the 2 Talmuds create 2 distinct sets of conclusions. Actually, I'm not sure what you're asking - it seems you are lacking some fundamental information about the topic at hand. Here's ...


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