Who Are You to Call Me a Goy? The Dawn of Judaism as a Personal Choice

After a millennium and a half as the gatekeepers to being Jewish, the rabbis and their conversion courts are in danger of becoming quaint throwbacks.

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Let’s say your parents aren’t Jewish, but you feel Jewish and want to be a Jew. Who could stop you? The rabbis, the bureaucrats? How could they deny something that you know to be true, with every fiber of your...