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Orientación para aquellos que deseen unirse la comunidad judía

Curso de conversion


El camino hacia la conversión al judaísmo es uno que exige un compromiso sustancial. El Judaísmo biblico da la sincera bienvenida a todos los conversos al judaísmo.

El curso, por lo general es de una duración mínima de 6 meses, es administrado centralmente y validado por el judaísmo biblico (Ministry Of Mission),

El solicitante es entrevistado primero por un rabino  para de cerciorarse de que los motivos para la conversión son por el bien de abrazar y caminar en la fe judía ademas
de ser con el fin para ayudar al solicitante a tomar una decisión informada, que insisten en una lectura preliminar y la experiencia de la vida judía biblica y de servicio.

 Por lo general, el solicitante asiste a la sinagoga durante sus Servicios durante al menos tres meses antes de que él o ella se embarca en un curso formal de instrucción.

 El curso consta de clases en la religión judía, la historia judía, literatura judía y el idioma hebreo. Durante el curso, el solicitante con el apoyo de la comunidad para adquirir la experiencia personal de todas las festividades judías en el ciclo anual y empezar a sentirse como parte de una comunidad judía.


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2 thoughts on “Orientación para aquellos que deseen unirse la comunidad judía

  1. A quien corresponda, les mando este mensaje porque tengo dudas de si Jesus es el verdadero Dios o es alguien mas?, si estoy alavando al verdadero Dios, me pueden ayudar? quedo a sus ordenes, gracias

    Posted by Erik Flon | November 7, 2011, 9:52 pm
    • Many “Christians” believe Yeshua (Jesus) is God Almighty. Yet, when they are asked to substantiate this belief, many are unable to do so. This brief will provide you the basic documentation. To give you a fresh and non-confusing head star read Proverbs 30:4, we also provide the first of 4 series on the topic(” Is Yeshua G-d?”) article –check at the bottom of this answer.

      We have never denied Yeshua’s divinity, and we won’t and we shouldn’t but you should be aware of the twisted doctrine or dogma called TRINITY. Although the Bible says that the Father, Yeshua (Jesus), and the Ruach HaChodesh (Holy Spirit)are God, it also clearly says that there is only ONE God. How can we believe all three are God and still believe there is only one God? I have no explanation that is completely satisfying.
      Therefore, I see that we have only two choices. The first choice is we can’t simply recognize the doctrine of the trinity as is one of those aspects of God we are not going to be able to fully understand with our incredibly limited minds. The only other choice is to conclude these references to the three persons of the Godhead means there are some serious errors in the Bible. The repercussions of this choice are obvious.

      The Father, the Source of all things and the “Mind” of God, conceived of the design of the universe and everything in it. Then He literally used His “hands,” Yeshua (Jesus), Who in turn utilized the Power of the Holy Spirit (see Power), to create all things. Yeshua(Jesus) was the direct agent used by the Father to bring the universe, and everything in it, into existence out of nothing:

      Paul, recognizing Yeshua(Jesus) as the entity through which the Father created everything and through which everything continues to be sustained (held together), said:

      He [Jesus] is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. For by him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things were created by him and for him. He is before all things, and in him all things hold together (Colossians 1:15-17).

      Yeshua (Jesus) said, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me” (John 14:6). When asked who would be saved, Yeshua(Jesus) indicated that He was the “narrow door” of salvation (Luke 13:23,24). Unfortunately, not everybody will go to “heaven”, as is taught by many religions.

      Yeshua (Jesus) was a good man and the greatest prophet. However, he was infinitely the greatest of most of the important man or prophet of the Bible and any other religions or before him humanly speaking. Not Moses, not Elijah–funny they all met at Mt Hermon Yeshua’s Transfiguration; Mark 9:1-8– Yep not other than Moses and Elijah: Remarkably, these two “Old Testament” persons appeared and spoke with the transfigured Yeshua(Jesus). Moses had lived some 1400 years before; Elijah some 900 years before; yet they were alive and in some sort of resurrected, glorified state. This is because Yeshua(Jesus) Himself actually created and constructed the entire universe, and He is the One holding it altogether (Colossians 1:15-17; John 1:1-3; Hebrews 1:2,3 ). Rigth there you can see Yeshua’s divinity but definity he is not G-d Almighty.

      Why did Yeshua(Jesus), the Son of God, have to die? Quoting Scripture: All people have sinned and have fallen short of the glory of God (Romans 3:23). God the Father is perfect (Matthew 5:48) and cannot accept anyone into His holy presence who is not perfect. Without the shedding of blood, there is no forgiveness of sin (Hebrews 9:22). Yeshua(Jesus) had to die, as a blood sacrifice, to bring all of those who believe in Him to the Father.

      The only perfect man who ever lived was Yeshua(Jesus); He was guilty of no sin or crime. He became for our cause. Just as the blood of the innocent Passover lamb had to be shed to atone for the sins of the ancient Israelites (Exodus 12:3-7), so the blood of Yeshua(Jesus), our innocent Passover Lamb (1 Corinthians 5:7b), had to be shed for the sins of humanity. But each of us, individually, must accept and embrace His free gift of personal sacrifice for us; otherwise, salvation is not ours, and we are lost. That’s how the story of the universe, our planet and humans is written. G-d’s plan, G-d is the Creator.


      Posted by herenciasefardi | December 12, 2011, 4:29 pm

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