Would You Like To Be Jewish ? Book 1

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My wife, Revi and I were traveling up the interstate when all of the sudden we came upon this huge sign. We were informed that we could not get off our normal place of exit.  It was closed for repairs. Now we would be forced to follow this detour that went on for miles. We eventually reconnected with the road we would have exited at. Oh relief, no more detour.  Road Closed signs and detours can be very frustrating.  


Many readers of Would You Like To Be Jewish know what it feels like to be placed on this endless road of detours towards their goal of converting to Judaism.  Some of you visited with a Rabbi who may have said, something like this, 'Why do you want to convert? Why do you want to be Jewish? We don't do conversions in Judaism.'  You ended up walking away disappointed, angered, exasperated, annoyed and very dissatisfied. Eventually you find a rabbi that agrees to do the conversion. Then you find out he charges thousands of dollars to do conversions and the conversation will take several years. Now you are steaming. You think, how can this be?  All these detours keep popping up! 


Some of the detours or road closed signs are the result of what we perceive Judaism to believe and to teach.  In this book we bring clarity.  We close the gaps and fill in blank pages.  I explain why we have issues with Jesus. We carefully review a few of these issues. When the reader understands our issues then our issues will be come the reader's issues. You will understand and identify.  We study inspiration and revelation. We discuss and compare the Hebrew Scriptures and the Christian Writings. Have you ever read the NIV Bible's Introduction to each Book in the Christian Writings?  Read Author and Date. Take away the speculation, the theories, the conjectures and the guesses and so much of what is left is blank.  We go behind the scenes to learn how the Bible was written and copied. What precautions were followed to eliminate errors etc. When one sees how this comes together road closed signs are removed. Individual objections... beliefs... doctrines that have held one back from their heart's desire to convert to Judaism diminish to a size where we can deal with them.


Dear Reader if you are supposed to return to Judaism or to convert to Judaism my book will help you.  If your soul stood at Mount Sinai to receive the Observances then this book will be helpful.  Even if you don't want to be Jewish but want to learn about Judaism my book will be helpful.  May the Creator of the Universe help each of us be the people we are supposed to be. Each book in this series will reveal greater detail as we study along together. I share a number of stories and insights. 


2 Comments

Although I am still learning, this conversion to judaism recognized by only rabbis, reminds me of something similar to only a pastor recognizing a new member to a church in the false religion of christianity.

What a bunch of garbage.

Some of the “jews”/Israelites of today are not being so kind to the strangers coming to join them, as our Creator has commanded them to be. They seem to have forgotten they were once strangers in the land, too.

I think ill stick with only HaShemיהוה recognizing my conversion for now. I am a stranger seeking to join the righteous remnant of Israel. There is no way to worship HaShemיהוה without observing His Torah. If we think otherwise, we lie to ourselves.

Welcome Ooh Rejected One… Welcome Jewish Reader / Commenter…

Even though, for right now, it may feel like ONLY HaShem’s reorganization is necessary, it really is really proper to come under the staff of a Rabbi. Yet, I respect your choice to refrain at this time but hope over time this will change.

Moses was a Rabbi. All of Israel passed under his staff. Moses taught the 613 Commands of the Torah Portion of the Bible to the Children of Israel. It is important for each of us to learn and observe the 613 Commandments. In your comment you made reference to several of these commands.

Devorim / Deuteronemy 10.19 ‘And you shall love the Stranger.’

Vayikra / Leviticus 19.18 ’ And you shall love your neighbor as your self.’

I understand your feelings of disdain and frustration. Even though I understand why non-jews are turned away by Rabbi’s I do not agree with this line of thinking and have appealed in one of my books that this rejection process be ended. I have also observed how non-jews are treated. Even if an individual were superior in every way it is important to be kind and humble to others and to make them feel loved and cared for.

You are right, we were once strangers in Egypt. Our Creator Reminds us not to forget this but we do.

Please, feel welcome to use our websites. If I can be of help please e-mail me. We have many course that are not listed that you are welcome to study. We both know the story of Yitro, Moses father-in-law and of Ruth, Naomi’s daughter-in-law. Both were converts….

Blessings, Love and Peace,

Dr. Akiva Gamliel

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