You don't have to be Jewish, but why be an atheist? Don't misunderstand me, I'm not trying to convert you, that is forbidden in Judaism, and non-Jews are not required to be Jews.
BUT why be an atheist? Maybe look into the Seven Commandments of the Children of Noah which were given to all mankind after the Great Flood.
G-d has given you so much, why not thank Him?
March 14, 2016
December 14, 2015
Reading Torah, listening to different rabbi testimonials is changing my life. I love God and a simple Jewish man is who I aim to be.
Tyce loftus USA
September 23, 2014
ahaahah incredible, the same feeling that I had when I realizied that JUdaism is the truth, mazal tov.
June 20, 2013
Very good, my study was the same being raised a Lutheran. I asked many questions, was told that its just the was it is and was never given any answers. Discovered on my own that all our traditions were pagan traditions. Was told if i don't agree with it start my own church. Well that wasn't for me. I'm not a leader, but I am also not a blind sheep, I think for my self and question everything. Eventually I lost all my faith and am now an atheist.
Trixy Blaine MN
February 16, 2013
His story is so inspirational to me. I am in the converstion process now so much of his story is similar to mine. I went to a messianic congregation for almost a year and I said "what am I doing...." and I looked into all the work by Tovia singer, and Jews for Judaism, ect and after a year I realized I wanted to convert.
January 1, 2013
Incredible, powerful, and uplifting
I really enjoyed this a lot. I spend a lot of time listening to classes here, and I have to say that this one is really one of the best ones I have ever heard. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your story with us.
As another poster mentioned above, I am a Jew from birth, and I came away with a lot.
Leah in VA VA
July 31, 2012
G-d Bless You and the Entire World to Love One Another In Peace and Truth!
Anonymous Be''ezrat Hashem the Beit HaMikdash Mamash Kol Yisrael in Yerushalayim Mayata vad Olam., New York
January 19, 2012
Shoshana, one day, finances permiting I will have my mother's dna checked. They can use the old sample I gave for my father's dna. Interesting how the Scottish and Irish have a long mythos of being ancient Israelites. I wonder if one day that can be proven. The Danites were seafarers and had colonies in Greece and beyond a long time ago. I'm not talking about British Israelism--but scattered Israelite trading colonies. It would be great if dna eventually proves it. G-d's prophecy would come true today. G-d bless. I hope to visit Israel some day soon. I am saving for the trip already.
Joseph Niceville, FL
January 15, 2012
Thank you for defending Israel. Every good word helps a whole lot.
I thought that maybe the Jewish blood was from your mother's side, i.e., great-grandmother, grandmother, mother, which makes a person a born Jew. But not if it's from the father.