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Should Jews Proselytize?

11th November 2016 - Uncategorised
Should Jews Proselytize?

Is it time to open the door on Judaism and have it takes it’s place in the market place of religion?

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3 thoughts on “Should Jews Proselytize?

Sarah Yocheved

When someone goes searching, truthful information should be available; but an individual trying to share one’s faith with disinterested parties can be a big turn-off (like casting your pearls before swine). Let your life be such that it attracts and draws people to the Source. Information on radio/Internet should be backed up and referenced in the Tanakh, not by what some ancient Sage opined.

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Sharon C Fahey

Abraham shared what he knew about Hashem with everyone who would listen. He was didn’t keep to himself, his tent flaps were up so not one stranger walked past without an invitation to enter. His hospitality and kindness was the light that guided others to Hashem. Yes, its time to interfere in the matters of men (and women). Its what Hashem instructed.

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    Sarah Yocheved

    Yes, Abraham’s tent flaps were open: his kindness and hospitality attracted others. However, did he stand in the town square, or go knocking on doors in those wicked cities where his nephew, Lot, preferred to live and raise his daughters? Abraham remained within view, easily accessible, if anyone was interested.

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