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Halacha - Non-jews
Submitted by Tzvi Sch  Answered by Rav Peretz Moncharsh
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Certainly as a general rule we do not try to persuade non-Jews to convert, and having a Jewish father would not create an exception. The only possibility I can imagine is if drawing the son closer to Judaism would make it more likely to induce the father to be chozer b'teshuva. However this seems a little too far-fetched to me.

posted:2009-11-16 20:14:42

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