Discussion in 'Human Science' started by mmatt9876, Sep 19, 2018.
Ask your local Rabbi.
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A few years back I visited a Synagogue to explore Judaism. I had recently been diagnosed with a mental illness and I wanted to learn more about my body, mind, and soul. The visit was nice and I met the community and we liked each other but I was not ready to convert from the Roman Catholic faith to Judaism.
I mean not to convert, but to direct you to resources for what you want to learn. Maybe the library?
I am sure there are a good deal of books about Judaism at the library.
I used to work at one, they had a whole religion section, not to mention a history section. And Judaism has been around a long time.
I have a library near my house. I am sure they have many books on Judaism, and religion in general. Judaism has been around a long time so I could probably find literature about the religion written by people throughout history.
I have been thinking about things and I have decided that I want to remain a Roman Catholic. I do not believe I am Jewish so I do not need to convert to Judaism based on that. Besides that I do not want to give up my belief in Jesus and I do not think I would be happy living completely Kosher.
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