Other Religions

Judaism's stance on the role of Gentiles is perhaps unique among the religions. As far I understand, it is the only religion that does not consider it an obligation for non-Jews to convert to it. This is not because it does not care about them, or believe that God does not. To the contrary, there is an area within Judaism designated for Gentiles so that they do not need to become Jews. This a complex topic: on one hand the Gentile way of life is perfect in its current state, while on the other hand Judaism is nevertheless described as a superior way of life.

Gentiles and Jews
Perhaps one of the least known things about Jewish belief is its view on Gentiles, and its stance on the role of Gentiles is perhaps unique among the religions. As far I understand it is... Read more

The Seven Noahide Laws
In the post titled Gentiles and Jews, we described how the distinction between Gentiles and Jews came into existence and why. In this post we will list the Seven Noahide Laws, discuss their authenticity...Read more

This page discusses matters related to Christian missionary work. While by necessity this may overlap with Christianity itself as a religion, the goal is to focus on missionary and proselytization-related... Read more

Islam's view on Judaism may be accurately described as considering it to be a remnant of God's first revelation to the human race. To that end, while the Tawrat (Tanakh) and Zabur (Psalms) contain within them... Read more