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The Jewish paternity question

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Hi team,
I've been looking but can't find in any text where it says that "Jewishness" is inherited from the mother. Is there a term for this, which book?

Is there a rationale? and there are obviously paternal inheritance character in Judaism.., what conflict is there?

Thanks!

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Willum wrote:

Hi team,
I've been looking but can't find in any text where it says that "Jewishness" is inherited from the mother. Is there a term for this, which book?

Is there a rationale? and there are obviously paternal inheritance character in Judaism.., what conflict is there?

Thanks!



http://www.chabad.org/theJewishWoman/article_cdo/aid/968282/jewish/Why-Is-Jewish...

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TS, I mean scripture or divine word.
I thank you, it is an interesting article - but it's not a Bible verse.

Cordially yours

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Willum wrote:

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TS, I mean scripture or divine word.
I thank you, it is an interesting article - but it's not a Bible verse.

Cordially yours


No TS around here...

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Post BBCode URL - Right click and save to clipboard to use later in post Post 5: Fri Mar 03, 2017 4:11 pm
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Willum wrote:

[Replying to ttruscott]

TS, I mean scripture or divine word.
I thank you, it is an interesting article - but it's not a Bible verse.

Cordially yours


No, there is no such verse or indication of this teaching in scripture. Ruth's child for example was considered "Jewish" although she herself was not a Jew.

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