I heard somewhere that the Rambam says one who doesn't eat meat because it is cruel to animals, or "G-d wouldn't want us to eat animals" is a mumar, but if he is vegetarian because he feels it is more healthful it is fine. What's the story?
why a rabbi has got this long sideburns?why you always wear black clothes?what happens if a rabbi eats blood?and pork?do you enjoy the life living in this way?why the women always must wear long sleeve,long skirts and leggins?
I am Catholic and my fiance is Jewish. We are wondering... is it possible for a child to be baptisedand take first communion, as well as have a bris and a bar mitzvah? Or, for example, does baptising a child then preclude them from having a bar mitzvah when they're older? I'm not sure if the Conservative view is different than the Reformed view...I'd love to hear both if possible. Thanks, Charlene