All questions concerning conversion to Judaism. Also counter-missionary questions.
I am a convert myself and have participated in several websites over the years assisting potential and new converts.
Jewish Spiritual Humanism
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You ask a particularly good question. The basic and overall answer I will give you is that they are supposed to but don't always. The Torah says there will be one law for the born and converted Jew. However
I'm glad you found the information useful. The conversion process is a little shorter in the more liberal branches of Judaism but in general you can expect to spend at least a year of intensive study and
Amy, Thank you for your question. It is difficult to be a Jew, much more so in isolation. Much of your conversion studies will take place with your rabbi in the synagogue. Most rabbis will not convert
Phil, You ask a great question. The amount of Hebrew you would need depends greatly on which 'sect' of Judaism you are drawn to (Orthodox services being almost entirely done in Hebrew; Reform more English)
Amy, Excellent question. When you come up from the mikvah (ritual bath), you are a new creature. The rabbis will often ask you to bless them because you are, at that moment, the holiest person in the