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Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
02-02-2015, 03:42 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
Is Fugazi a messianic jew?

he seems to preach similar things.
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02-02-2015, 03:43 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-02-2015 03:16 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  Yeah. Chris is a probably a convert as well.

Quote:A devout Christian, Charlie Weidman raised his children in the Lutheran Church. Chris Weidman has retained his strong Christian faith, though he now worships at a nondenominational church in his native Long Island, N.Y.

He can't be a convert since he was never Jewish to begin with.
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02-02-2015, 03:45 AM
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I meant to say from a family of converts.

assuming it is true his dad converted.
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02-02-2015, 03:47 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
Quote:Harry Reems - Adult film actor.

Glad we could get this guy over to our side. Score one for the good guys.

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02-02-2015, 03:47 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-01-2015 09:46 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  The Apostle Paul - early Christian leader and author of many New Testament epistles.[2]
Abd-al-Masih (martyr) - a convert martyred for his faith [3]
Michael Solomon Alexander - first Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem[4]
Petrus Alphonsi - physician in ordinary to King Alfonso VI of Castile[5]
Juan Alfonso de Baena - medieval Castilian troubadour[6]
Lovisa Augusti- opera singer and actress.[7]
Eduard Bendemann - German painter[8]
Sir Julius Benedict - English composer[8]
Leo de Benedicto Christiano - medieval financier[9]
Theodor Benfey - German philologist[8]
David Berkowitz - American serial killer [10]
Michael Bernays - German professor of literature[8]
Gottfried Bernhardy - German philologist and literary historian[8]
Ludwig Börne - German political writer and satirist[8]
John Braham - English tenor opera star[8]
Moritz Wilhelm August Breidenbach - German jurist[8]
Julius Friedrich Cohnheim - German pathologist[8]
Isaac da Costa - Dutch language poet[8]
Abraham Capadose - Dutch physician and writer; friend of Isaac da Costa[8]
Carl Paul Caspari - Norwegian theologian[8]
Jehuda Cresques - Catalan cartographer[11]
Ferdinand David - German virtuoso violinist and composer[8]
Ludwig Dessoir - German actor[8]
Benjamin Disraeli - British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party in the 19th century[12]
Alfred Döblin - German expressionist novelist[13]
Bob Dylan - popular musician who converted to Christianity in 1979.[14] He later began studying with Chabad, a branch of Hasidic Judaism,[15] though his current religious affiliation is uncertain. See also information on Dylan's Conversion to Christianity, Born-again period and Religious beliefs.
Alfred Edersheim - Biblical scholar[8]
Rachel Felix - French-Swiss theatre actress[8]
Albert Einstein - physicst and scientist
Pero Ferrús - Castilian poet[16]
Bobby Fischer - chess grandmaster
Achille Fould - French financier and politician[8]
Jacob Frank - 18th century Jewish reformer[17]
The Reverend Canon Dr Giles Fraser - Christian minister and former Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral
Heinrich von Friedberg - German jurist and statesman[18]
Ludwig Friedländer - German philologist[8]
Eduard Gans - German philosopher and jurist, exponent of the conservative Right Hegelians[19]
Hermann Mayer Salomon Goldschmidt - German astronomer and painter[8]
Fritz Haber - German chemist and Nobel laureate[20]
Heinrich Heine - German writer[8]
Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle - German physician, pathologist and anatomist[8]
Jorge Isaacs - Colombian writer, politician and soldier[21]
Heinrich Jacoby - German educator[8]
Georg Jellinek - German legal philosopher[22]
Paul S. L. Johnson - American scholar and pastor[23]
David Kalisch - German playwright and humorist[8]
Felix Philipp Kanitz - Austro-Hungarian naturalist, geographer, ethnographer, archaeologist and author of travel notes[24]
Andrew Klavan - filmmaker and novelist [25]
Leopold Kronecker - German mathematician and logician[8]
Hermann Lebert - German physician[8]
Karl Lehrs - German classical scholar[26]
Osip Mikhailovich Lerner - 19th century Russian intellectual and lawyer[27]
Fanny Lewald - German author[8]
Tsaritsa Theodora of Bulgaria - Wife of tsar Ivan Alexander, tsaritsa in the late Second Bulgarian Empire
Jean-Marie Lustiger- Cardinal, former Archbishop of Paris [28]
Heinrich Gustav Magnus - German chemist and physicist[8]
Ludwig Immanuel Magnus - German mathematician[8]
Gustav Mahler - Composer (1860–1911)[29]
Hugh Montefiore - Anglican Bishop of Birmingham from 1977 to 1987
Robert Moses - politician and "master builder" of 20th century New York City
Felix Mendelssohn - composer (1809–1847)[8]
Karl Friedrich Neumann - German orientalist[8]
Robert Novak - Raised in secular Jewish culture,[30] he converted to Catholicism in May 1998 after his prolific career as a journalist, columnist, and political commentator.[31]
Harry Frederick Oppenheimer - South African businessman[32]
Francis Palgrave - English historian[8]
Corey Pavin - PGA golfer[33]
Johannes Pfefferkorn - German theologian and writer[8]
Friedrich Adolf Philippi - German Lutheran theologian[8]
Howard Phillips - Prominent American conservative leader and former presidential candidate
Lorenzo Da Ponte - Italian librettist[8]
Harry Reems - Adult film actor.[34]
David Ricardo - English political economist[8]
Gillian Rose - British philosopher and sociologist[35]
Moishe Rosen — Founder of Jews for Jesus[36]
Anton Rubinstein — Russian pianist, composer, and conductor[8]
Joseph Schereschewsky — Episcopal Bishop of Shanghai, founder of Saint John's University, Shanghai, bible translator[37]
Eduard von Simson — German jurist and politician[8]
Dan Spitz - lead guitarist of the heavy metal band Anthrax[38]
Friedrich Julius Stahl — Prussian jurist and conservative thinker[8]
Edith Stein - Nun, martyr, saint.[39]
Siegbert Tarrasch — Challenger for the World Chess Championship [40]
Mordechai Vanunu — considered a whistle-blower on Israel's nuclear programme who was subsequently kidnapped, tried and imprisoned by Israel.[41]
Rahel Varnhagen (born Rahel Levin) - writer and saloniste[42]
Simone Weil — French philosopher and activist [43]
Otto Weininger — Austrian philosopher[44]
Joseph Wolff — German missionary[8]
Sir Moses Ximenes — 18th century English merchant[8]
David Levy Yulee - United States Senator from Florida[45]
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. - American actor[46][47][48]
Israel Zolli - former Chief Rabbi of Rome[49]
Shia LaBeouf - Hollywood actor who decided to leave Judaism and become a Christian while playing a Christian character in the movie Fury (2014).[50][51] He had previously contributed to a book entitled I am Jewish in 2004.[52]

A number of the people listed likely "converted" for professional reasons or reasons of "persecution". Jews have been doing this for millenniums.
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02-02-2015, 03:48 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-02-2015 03:43 AM)BRIC Countries Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 03:16 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  Yeah. Chris is a probably a convert as well.

Quote:A devout Christian, Charlie Weidman raised his children in the Lutheran Church. Chris Weidman has retained his strong Christian faith, though he now worships at a nondenominational church in his native Long Island, N.Y.

He can't be a convert since he was never Jewish to begin with.

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02-02-2015, 03:51 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
Bobby Fischer should be added to the list.
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02-02-2015, 03:52 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-02-2015 03:47 AM)BRIC Countries Wrote:  
(02-01-2015 09:46 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  The Apostle Paul - early Christian leader and author of many New Testament epistles.[2]
Abd-al-Masih (martyr) - a convert martyred for his faith [3]
Michael Solomon Alexander - first Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem[4]
Petrus Alphonsi - physician in ordinary to King Alfonso VI of Castile[5]
Juan Alfonso de Baena - medieval Castilian troubadour[6]
Lovisa Augusti- opera singer and actress.[7]
Eduard Bendemann - German painter[8]
Sir Julius Benedict - English composer[8]
Leo de Benedicto Christiano - medieval financier[9]
Theodor Benfey - German philologist[8]
David Berkowitz - American serial killer [10]
Michael Bernays - German professor of literature[8]
Gottfried Bernhardy - German philologist and literary historian[8]
Ludwig Börne - German political writer and satirist[8]
John Braham - English tenor opera star[8]
Moritz Wilhelm August Breidenbach - German jurist[8]
Julius Friedrich Cohnheim - German pathologist[8]
Isaac da Costa - Dutch language poet[8]
Abraham Capadose - Dutch physician and writer; friend of Isaac da Costa[8]
Carl Paul Caspari - Norwegian theologian[8]
Jehuda Cresques - Catalan cartographer[11]
Ferdinand David - German virtuoso violinist and composer[8]
Ludwig Dessoir - German actor[8]
Benjamin Disraeli - British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party in the 19th century[12]
Alfred Döblin - German expressionist novelist[13]
Bob Dylan - popular musician who converted to Christianity in 1979.[14] He later began studying with Chabad, a branch of Hasidic Judaism,[15] though his current religious affiliation is uncertain. See also information on Dylan's Conversion to Christianity, Born-again period and Religious beliefs.
Alfred Edersheim - Biblical scholar[8]
Rachel Felix - French-Swiss theatre actress[8]
Albert Einstein - physicst and scientist
Pero Ferrús - Castilian poet[16]
Bobby Fischer - chess grandmaster
Achille Fould - French financier and politician[8]
Jacob Frank - 18th century Jewish reformer[17]
The Reverend Canon Dr Giles Fraser - Christian minister and former Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral
Heinrich von Friedberg - German jurist and statesman[18]
Ludwig Friedländer - German philologist[8]
Eduard Gans - German philosopher and jurist, exponent of the conservative Right Hegelians[19]
Hermann Mayer Salomon Goldschmidt - German astronomer and painter[8]
Fritz Haber - German chemist and Nobel laureate[20]
Heinrich Heine - German writer[8]
Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle - German physician, pathologist and anatomist[8]
Jorge Isaacs - Colombian writer, politician and soldier[21]
Heinrich Jacoby - German educator[8]
Georg Jellinek - German legal philosopher[22]
Paul S. L. Johnson - American scholar and pastor[23]
David Kalisch - German playwright and humorist[8]
Felix Philipp Kanitz - Austro-Hungarian naturalist, geographer, ethnographer, archaeologist and author of travel notes[24]
Andrew Klavan - filmmaker and novelist [25]
Leopold Kronecker - German mathematician and logician[8]
Hermann Lebert - German physician[8]
Karl Lehrs - German classical scholar[26]
Osip Mikhailovich Lerner - 19th century Russian intellectual and lawyer[27]
Fanny Lewald - German author[8]
Tsaritsa Theodora of Bulgaria - Wife of tsar Ivan Alexander, tsaritsa in the late Second Bulgarian Empire
Jean-Marie Lustiger- Cardinal, former Archbishop of Paris [28]
Heinrich Gustav Magnus - German chemist and physicist[8]
Ludwig Immanuel Magnus - German mathematician[8]
Gustav Mahler - Composer (1860–1911)[29]
Hugh Montefiore - Anglican Bishop of Birmingham from 1977 to 1987
Robert Moses - politician and "master builder" of 20th century New York City
Felix Mendelssohn - composer (1809–1847)[8]
Karl Friedrich Neumann - German orientalist[8]
Robert Novak - Raised in secular Jewish culture,[30] he converted to Catholicism in May 1998 after his prolific career as a journalist, columnist, and political commentator.[31]
Harry Frederick Oppenheimer - South African businessman[32]
Francis Palgrave - English historian[8]
Corey Pavin - PGA golfer[33]
Johannes Pfefferkorn - German theologian and writer[8]
Friedrich Adolf Philippi - German Lutheran theologian[8]
Howard Phillips - Prominent American conservative leader and former presidential candidate
Lorenzo Da Ponte - Italian librettist[8]
Harry Reems - Adult film actor.[34]
David Ricardo - English political economist[8]
Gillian Rose - British philosopher and sociologist[35]
Moishe Rosen — Founder of Jews for Jesus[36]
Anton Rubinstein — Russian pianist, composer, and conductor[8]
Joseph Schereschewsky — Episcopal Bishop of Shanghai, founder of Saint John's University, Shanghai, bible translator[37]
Eduard von Simson — German jurist and politician[8]
Dan Spitz - lead guitarist of the heavy metal band Anthrax[38]
Friedrich Julius Stahl — Prussian jurist and conservative thinker[8]
Edith Stein - Nun, martyr, saint.[39]
Siegbert Tarrasch — Challenger for the World Chess Championship [40]
Mordechai Vanunu — considered a whistle-blower on Israel's nuclear programme who was subsequently kidnapped, tried and imprisoned by Israel.[41]
Rahel Varnhagen (born Rahel Levin) - writer and saloniste[42]
Simone Weil — French philosopher and activist [43]
Otto Weininger — Austrian philosopher[44]
Joseph Wolff — German missionary[8]
Sir Moses Ximenes — 18th century English merchant[8]
David Levy Yulee - United States Senator from Florida[45]
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. - American actor[46][47][48]
Israel Zolli - former Chief Rabbi of Rome[49]
Shia LaBeouf - Hollywood actor who decided to leave Judaism and become a Christian while playing a Christian character in the movie Fury (2014).[50][51] He had previously contributed to a book entitled I am Jewish in 2004.[52]

A number of the people listed likely "converted" for professional reasons or reasons of "persecution". Jews have been doing this for millenniums.

for sure. But there are also many genuine ones.

I also think at times they claim "it was done for professional reasons" as to avoid criticism from the family. I

Those who know, know! Big Grin
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02-02-2015, 03:58 AM (This post was last modified: 02-02-2015 04:00 AM by antidisestablishmentarianism.)
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(02-02-2015 03:51 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  Bobby Fischer should be added to the list.

If we can ever find him....

Quote:but a good starting point.

starting point for what exactly?
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02-02-2015, 04:00 AM
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02-02-2015, 04:00 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-02-2015 03:45 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  I meant to say from a family of converts.

assuming it is true his dad converted.

He could also be half or a quarter or less Jewish. Or Chris' darker features could be from his Irish side. Some Germans have dark features or frizzy hair - for example, Mikel Ballack.
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02-02-2015, 04:00 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-02-2015 03:47 AM)antidisestablishmentarianism Wrote:  
Quote:Harry Reems - Adult film actor.

Glad we could get this guy over to our side. Score one for the good guys.

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haha

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02-02-2015, 04:03 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-02-2015 03:52 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
(02-02-2015 03:47 AM)BRIC Countries Wrote:  
(02-01-2015 09:46 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  The Apostle Paul - early Christian leader and author of many New Testament epistles.[2]
Abd-al-Masih (martyr) - a convert martyred for his faith [3]
Michael Solomon Alexander - first Anglican Bishop of Jerusalem[4]
Petrus Alphonsi - physician in ordinary to King Alfonso VI of Castile[5]
Juan Alfonso de Baena - medieval Castilian troubadour[6]
Lovisa Augusti- opera singer and actress.[7]
Eduard Bendemann - German painter[8]
Sir Julius Benedict - English composer[8]
Leo de Benedicto Christiano - medieval financier[9]
Theodor Benfey - German philologist[8]
David Berkowitz - American serial killer [10]
Michael Bernays - German professor of literature[8]
Gottfried Bernhardy - German philologist and literary historian[8]
Ludwig Börne - German political writer and satirist[8]
John Braham - English tenor opera star[8]
Moritz Wilhelm August Breidenbach - German jurist[8]
Julius Friedrich Cohnheim - German pathologist[8]
Isaac da Costa - Dutch language poet[8]
Abraham Capadose - Dutch physician and writer; friend of Isaac da Costa[8]
Carl Paul Caspari - Norwegian theologian[8]
Jehuda Cresques - Catalan cartographer[11]
Ferdinand David - German virtuoso violinist and composer[8]
Ludwig Dessoir - German actor[8]
Benjamin Disraeli - British Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party in the 19th century[12]
Alfred Döblin - German expressionist novelist[13]
Bob Dylan - popular musician who converted to Christianity in 1979.[14] He later began studying with Chabad, a branch of Hasidic Judaism,[15] though his current religious affiliation is uncertain. See also information on Dylan's Conversion to Christianity, Born-again period and Religious beliefs.
Alfred Edersheim - Biblical scholar[8]
Rachel Felix - French-Swiss theatre actress[8]
Albert Einstein - physicst and scientist
Pero Ferrús - Castilian poet[16]
Bobby Fischer - chess grandmaster
Achille Fould - French financier and politician[8]
Jacob Frank - 18th century Jewish reformer[17]
The Reverend Canon Dr Giles Fraser - Christian minister and former Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral
Heinrich von Friedberg - German jurist and statesman[18]
Ludwig Friedländer - German philologist[8]
Eduard Gans - German philosopher and jurist, exponent of the conservative Right Hegelians[19]
Hermann Mayer Salomon Goldschmidt - German astronomer and painter[8]
Fritz Haber - German chemist and Nobel laureate[20]
Heinrich Heine - German writer[8]
Friedrich Gustav Jakob Henle - German physician, pathologist and anatomist[8]
Jorge Isaacs - Colombian writer, politician and soldier[21]
Heinrich Jacoby - German educator[8]
Georg Jellinek - German legal philosopher[22]
Paul S. L. Johnson - American scholar and pastor[23]
David Kalisch - German playwright and humorist[8]
Felix Philipp Kanitz - Austro-Hungarian naturalist, geographer, ethnographer, archaeologist and author of travel notes[24]
Andrew Klavan - filmmaker and novelist [25]
Leopold Kronecker - German mathematician and logician[8]
Hermann Lebert - German physician[8]
Karl Lehrs - German classical scholar[26]
Osip Mikhailovich Lerner - 19th century Russian intellectual and lawyer[27]
Fanny Lewald - German author[8]
Tsaritsa Theodora of Bulgaria - Wife of tsar Ivan Alexander, tsaritsa in the late Second Bulgarian Empire
Jean-Marie Lustiger- Cardinal, former Archbishop of Paris [28]
Heinrich Gustav Magnus - German chemist and physicist[8]
Ludwig Immanuel Magnus - German mathematician[8]
Gustav Mahler - Composer (1860–1911)[29]
Hugh Montefiore - Anglican Bishop of Birmingham from 1977 to 1987
Robert Moses - politician and "master builder" of 20th century New York City
Felix Mendelssohn - composer (1809–1847)[8]
Karl Friedrich Neumann - German orientalist[8]
Robert Novak - Raised in secular Jewish culture,[30] he converted to Catholicism in May 1998 after his prolific career as a journalist, columnist, and political commentator.[31]
Harry Frederick Oppenheimer - South African businessman[32]
Francis Palgrave - English historian[8]
Corey Pavin - PGA golfer[33]
Johannes Pfefferkorn - German theologian and writer[8]
Friedrich Adolf Philippi - German Lutheran theologian[8]
Howard Phillips - Prominent American conservative leader and former presidential candidate
Lorenzo Da Ponte - Italian librettist[8]
Harry Reems - Adult film actor.[34]
David Ricardo - English political economist[8]
Gillian Rose - British philosopher and sociologist[35]
Moishe Rosen — Founder of Jews for Jesus[36]
Anton Rubinstein — Russian pianist, composer, and conductor[8]
Joseph Schereschewsky — Episcopal Bishop of Shanghai, founder of Saint John's University, Shanghai, bible translator[37]
Eduard von Simson — German jurist and politician[8]
Dan Spitz - lead guitarist of the heavy metal band Anthrax[38]
Friedrich Julius Stahl — Prussian jurist and conservative thinker[8]
Edith Stein - Nun, martyr, saint.[39]
Siegbert Tarrasch — Challenger for the World Chess Championship [40]
Mordechai Vanunu — considered a whistle-blower on Israel's nuclear programme who was subsequently kidnapped, tried and imprisoned by Israel.[41]
Rahel Varnhagen (born Rahel Levin) - writer and saloniste[42]
Simone Weil — French philosopher and activist [43]
Otto Weininger — Austrian philosopher[44]
Joseph Wolff — German missionary[8]
Sir Moses Ximenes — 18th century English merchant[8]
David Levy Yulee - United States Senator from Florida[45]
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. - American actor[46][47][48]
Israel Zolli - former Chief Rabbi of Rome[49]
Shia LaBeouf - Hollywood actor who decided to leave Judaism and become a Christian while playing a Christian character in the movie Fury (2014).[50][51] He had previously contributed to a book entitled I am Jewish in 2004.[52]

A number of the people listed likely "converted" for professional reasons or reasons of "persecution". Jews have been doing this for millenniums.

for sure. But there are also many genuine ones.

I also think at times they claim "it was done for professional reasons" as to avoid criticism from the family. I

It seems the opposite, from a cursory glance.
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02-02-2015, 04:12 AM
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Mordechai Vanunu is def. a genuine one. Amazing convert.
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02-02-2015, 04:19 AM
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RE: Jewish Converts to Christianity. A list.
(02-02-2015 04:12 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  Mordechai Vanunu is def. a genuine one. Amazing convert.

Agreed. He and Atzmon deserve nobel prizes.
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