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After converting to Judaism a year ago, i decided that i really wanted to start learning Talmud. The problem was, right after my conversion my wife and I found ourselves moving from Baltimore with its EPIC Jewish Community, to Columbia MO, home of 1 reform synagogue with barely a minyan. Internet searches for free talmud sources are easy to come by, but they are often incomplete and found disordered, or at best in a unique order. What i was looking for was a complete translated source in their original order. I found it. http://halakhah.com/indexrst.html here you can find the complete Talmud (from Berakoth through Ukzin) for FREE to download as PDF. The two Column reformatted version is incredibly simple and easy to follow, and can be read from my android. As an online Jewish learning community I feel it would be a great service to everyone at PunkTorah and OneShul.
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Hi Bertrand, if you are interested in converting to Judaism, take a look at this link:
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I am really considering conversion to judaism. I hope that I will not be intercepted by any racial profiling as I’ve been made aware of.
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Hey Jake, just wanted to say welcome to Missouri. I am born and raised here. I lived in St. Louis for several years but relocated to Jeff City recently for my job. There is a small Temple here and not much for the experience of Judaism but its better than nothing. Columbias 30 minutes from here and I’ve been meaning to come up and visit the Temple there.
I am looking at conversion to judaism. I am a currently a non practice muslim from malaysia. I believe islam in current form is not what is used to and currently i look at islam as a weak and evil religion to this world
Rabbi Mitch Cohen at Darshan Yeshiva (along with Dr. Steve Chervin), are leading a terrific series of Judaism classes in Atlanta!
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