The story goes that a Rabbi was visiting his neighbors, and found one of them cooking his dinner, which was a young goat, boiling in goat's milk. The Rabbi found it abhorrent to cook a child in its mother's milk. So, thereafter, it was not kosher to cook meat and anything dairy together, or eat them at the same meal. (so no cheeseburgers) Orthodox and most Conservative Jews don't even use the same pots, pans, plates or utensils to eat meat or dairy.bnccoder said:What's the deal with not cooking meat with milk? I know it make the meat not kosher, but why?
Four (major) branches of Judaism. Orthodox(tough), Conservative(less tough), Reform, and Reconstructionist(über-tough).bnccoder said:How leanient are people who arn't orthodox? Why did you convert?
Hmm. This was a while ago.bnccoder said:What all was envolved in conversion and what is the hardest part of it?
I'd help you but I'm only 1/8th genetically German Arab Jew...My ancestors converted to Christianity when they came here, but my whole family is Atheist. I do know a fair amount about it but not enough.bnccoder said:Is anyone Jewish here? I'm looking to learn a little about the religion. What are the differances between it and christanity?
It's pretty obvious I'm atheist from what I've said on here.Max said:I'm not Jewish but I play one on TV.
I think Stager is.
Shut the fuck up - Best hot dogs this side of the galaxy.Breakology said: