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“Then Hizkiyahu sent to all Isra’el and Y’hudah, and wrote letters also to Efrayim and M’nasheh, summoning them to the house of YHWH in Yerushalayim, to keep the Pesach to YHWH the God of Isra’el.”

2 Chronicles 30:1

From our weekly bible class, we look at how converts have been handled at different times, and how King Hizkiyahu’s passover is a defining point in the history of identity.

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Hebrew In Israel | Adopting A New Identity: Joining Israel In Biblical Times – Learn Torah


What are the mechanisms for entrance into the people of God, i.e. Israel.  When is a ger no longer a ger?  And is it acceptable to refer to someone as a ger once they have been admitted into Israel through the conversion mentioned in the Torah?   Yoel and Jeff Gilbert address this issue in the recording “Identity Crisis in the Camp of Israel” on TalkingTorah.org.

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