That's not a simple question, and there's no simple, short answer. The best
answer is to urge you to make an appointment to sit down and talk with a
Rabbi, and let him answer your questions. During the conversation, the Rabbi
will gently try to dissuade you, as Judaism doesn't actively seek converts, but
he will not brush you off.
The truth is she did not become jewish she was born jewish.
Yes, you have to be Jewish to become a Rabbi.
Yes, he was born into a Jewish family.
Yes. Anyone can study to be Jewish.
A Jewish child is usually born Jewish, however, children are permitted to convert, just like adults.
When he and God made a deal that he would become the father of the Jewish nation, and he circumcised himself to make a covenant.
Neil Diamond did not become a Christian. He is Jewish.
"Bar Mitzvah" is when a Jewish boy turns 13 and has a celebration to become a full-fledged member of the Jewish Community.
To become full-fledged members of the Jewish community.
You can celebrate a Jewish boy's bar mitzvah if you are not Jewish. However, it is not possible for a non-Jewish boy to become a bar mitzvah as this is a Jewish life-cycle event.
The Jewish women have sex with White men, this happens over and over so eventually the children if Half-Cast Jews become White.
There are Black Jews in Africa. You simply go through the required Jewish conversion requirements.
They become full-fledged members of the Jewish community.
The early Christian community were all Jewish. You had to be Jewish to become Christian.
There is no book that must be read by Jews in order to become an adult. However, when a Jewish male turns 13 and a Jewish female turns 12, they are considered an adult within the Jewish community at which point they can read the Torah publicly during religious services.
Anyone "born in the wrong religion".
Suddenly become Jewish. And a genius.
Both. A race, because one born of a Jewish mother is Jewish; and a religion, because people of other ethnicities can become full Jews.
The importance of festival celebration to society is that people who attend festival celebrations are often Jewish. Being Jewish makes many people hate, but most Jews are awesome. So, if you attend a festival and aren't Jewish, become Jewish soon. The importance of festival celebration to society is that people who attend festival celebrations are often Jewish. Being Jewish makes many people hate, but most Jews are awesome. So, if you attend a festival and aren't Jewish, become Jewish soon.
The tradition is that the religion is passed down through the mother, but nowadays you can choose to become Jewish if either parent is Jewish. If you marry a Jewish man, you can become Jewish but only if you take special classes to learn about the religion and write a test. If you want to convert you can also take these classes and write a test, but it is generally a more elaborate process if you are doing it without the help of a Jewish fiancé.Answer:Judaism doesn't proselytize, but those who by their own decision request to become Jewish are accepted (not just nowadays). According to Orthodox Jewish law, learning and passing a test are not enough. The convert must sincerely intend to observe the Torah's commands, immerse in a ritual bath (mikveh), and (for males) undergo circumcision.
A Jewish boy becomes bar mitzvah on his 13th birthday. Jewish girls become a bat mitzvah on their 12th birthday.
Israel became independent in 1948 and, in its Declaration of Independence, argued that it was a "Jewish and Democratic State".