Mila, Tevila, Korban, and Kabbalat HaMitzvot: Conversion (Part 3)
Sponsored by Shimshon Granek in loving memory of his mother, שרה בת שמחה, who's yahrzeit is י"ג תמוז, June 23.
This series is sponsored anonymously in the merit of an aliyat neshama for Matisyahu ben Yisrael, Aharon ben Menachem Lev, and Eliana bat Yaakov
- In Part 1 & Part 2 we looked at some of the halachic and hashkafic underpinning of conversion.
- We need to look briefly in this shiur at some of the halachic requirements for mila, tevila and korban.
- We then turn to the two most controversial questions in the conversion debate - (i) to what extent does the convert have to be observant in Torah and mitzvot, and how could non-observance affect the validity of the conversion? and (ii) to what extent do other motivations for conversion, eg marriage, prevent the conversion from proceeding?