Jewish conversion: The process is simple, the observance more demanding
Judaism has traditionally not encouraged conversion, but the process – which seems to go back to the days of Naomi – is not difficult.
Judaism has traditionally not been a religion that seeks out converts. Although there is some evidence that conversion was practiced in the Land of Israel in late antiquity, or even that Jewish missionary activity did exist, it has long been common for rabbis to discourage those who show an interest in becoming Jewish.
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