Subject: RE: Beit Din decision
Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2000 13:46:40 -0400
From: "Rabbi Yeshayahu Heiliczer" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "purnhrt" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, <email@example.com>,
1. A Nazarene is a Jew, either natural or converted, who believes in, supports, and lives his or her life according to the Statement of Faith duly established by this Beit Din.
2. In no way shall the opportunities in Torah or the Nazarene community for a ger toshav be restricted with the exception of the position of member in the Nazarene Beit Din. A person may remain a gentile and will not be considered "second class" or less important within the community. We understand that YHVH would view a gentile who has accepted Yahshua as Messiah and walks submitted to the Torah as justified and privileged. These gerim toshavim are welcome in our community, but are not considered Jews or Nazarenes.
3 A member of the Nazarene Beit Din must be a Jew, either
natural or converted according to standards accepted by this Beit Din.
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> Subject: Beit Din decision
> Shalom b'YHWH
> To the voting members of the Beit Din of last fall, Mikhael Calpino made
> a post on the 21st of November. He posted a portion of the halachah,
> establised by the Beit Din, stating who a Jew is. THis comes into play
> as to who can be a voting member of the Beit Din. I have requested what
> are the requirements, established by this Beit Din, of who is a Jew and
> who can be a voting member of the Beit Din. I formally submit this
> request, before this Beit Din. Shalom, Kathryn Olenick
> YHWH bless you and guard you. YHWH make His face to shine upon you and
> show you favor. YHWH lift up His face upon you and give you shalom.