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16th Apr '18 4:11:19 PM StarTropes
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* On ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'', Odo seriously considers following the Way of the Prophets so that he can go to services with Kira.
31st Mar '18 11:09:53 PM nombretomado
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* Charlotte converts to Judaism for her eventual husband in ''{{Sex and the City}}'', and was frustrated to discover that the process was much more involved and complicated than a quick in-and-out baptism. She does ultimately succeed in officially converting and proving herself to the rabbi as not ''just'' being in it for the sake of marriage as both he and she first believed.

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* Charlotte converts to Judaism for her eventual husband in ''{{Sex ''Series/{{Sex and the City}}'', and was frustrated to discover that the process was much more involved and complicated than a quick in-and-out baptism. She does ultimately succeed in officially converting and proving herself to the rabbi as not ''just'' being in it for the sake of marriage as both he and she first believed.
16th Dec '17 2:14:26 PM smittykins
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* Singer-songwriter Jim Croce also converted to Judaism upon marrying his wife Ingrid.

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* Singer-songwriter Jim Croce Music/JimCroce also converted to Judaism upon marrying his wife Ingrid.
10th Dec '17 10:34:52 PM tv1995
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* Jacquline Titone converted to Judaism while dating Adam Sandler. They got married three years later.
31st Oct '17 11:43:14 AM Lawman592
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* In the non-recent past, when a Jew left the faith and married a non-Jew, it was seen as such a betrayal that [[IHaveNoSon his or her family would consider him or her dead.]] They might even sit Shiva, mourning just as if he or she really had died. Afterward, they would not speak to him or her even if he or she were standing in front of them, because logically they could not see or talk to a dead person. The attitude is understandable if you take into account the way Jewish communities were frequently harassed and persecuted by the people around them; besides betraying religion and culture, she had effectively defected to the enemy. Orthodox Jews sometimes still do this.

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* In the non-recent past, when a Jew left the faith and married a non-Jew, it was seen as such a betrayal that [[IHaveNoSon his or her family would consider him or her dead.]] They might even sit Shiva, mourning just as if he or she really had died. Afterward, they would not speak to him or her even if he or she were standing in front of them, because logically they could not see or talk to a dead person. [[BetrayalByOffspring The attitude is understandable if you take into account the way Jewish communities were frequently harassed and persecuted by the people around them; besides betraying religion and culture, she had effectively defected to the enemy. enemy.]] Orthodox Jews sometimes still do this.
31st Oct '17 11:37:24 AM Lawman592
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* In ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'', daughter Chava converts to Christianity so that she can marry a Christian. She is effectively dead to her father, and by extension the rest of her family, for most of the rest of the play.

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* In ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'', daughter Chava converts to Christianity so that she can marry a Christian. She is [[IHaveNoDaughter effectively dead to her father, father]], and by extension the rest of her family, for most of the rest of the play.
27th Jun '17 5:12:31 PM nombretomado
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** George converts to Latvian Orthodoxy briefly for a girlfriend, only to lose the girlfriend anyway. (According to TheOtherWiki, the writer of that episode had no idea that Latvian Orthodox was a real sect -- he was trying to make up a fictional one.)

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** George converts to Latvian Orthodoxy briefly for a girlfriend, only to lose the girlfriend anyway. (According to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, the writer of that episode had no idea that Latvian Orthodox was a real sect -- he was trying to make up a fictional one.)
6th Jun '17 3:32:44 PM Lawman592
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* In the non-recent past, when a Jew left the faith and married a non-Jew, it was seen as such a betrayal that his or her family would consider him or her dead. They might even sit Shiva, mourning just as if he or she really had died. Afterward, they would not speak to him or her even if he or she were standing in front of them, because logically they could not see or talk to a dead person. The attitude is understandable if you take into account the way Jewish communities were frequently harassed and persecuted by the people around them; besides betraying religion and culture, she had effectively defected to the enemy. Orthodox Jews sometimes still do this.

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* In the non-recent past, when a Jew left the faith and married a non-Jew, it was seen as such a betrayal that [[IHaveNoSon his or her family would consider him or her dead. dead.]] They might even sit Shiva, mourning just as if he or she really had died. Afterward, they would not speak to him or her even if he or she were standing in front of them, because logically they could not see or talk to a dead person. The attitude is understandable if you take into account the way Jewish communities were frequently harassed and persecuted by the people around them; besides betraying religion and culture, she had effectively defected to the enemy. Orthodox Jews sometimes still do this.
6th Jun '17 3:28:07 PM Lawman592
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* In the non-recent past, when a Jew left the faith and married a non-Jew, it was seen as such a betrayal that his or her family would consider him or her dead. They might even sit Shiva, mourning just as if he or she really had died. Afterward, they would not speak to him or her even if he or she were standing in front of them, because logically they could not see or talk to a dead person. The attitude is moJudauderstandable if you take into account the way Jewish communities were frequently harassed by the people around them; besides betraying religion and culture, she had effectively defected to the enemy. Orthodox Jews sometimes still do this.

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* In the non-recent past, when a Jew left the faith and married a non-Jew, it was seen as such a betrayal that his or her family would consider him or her dead. They might even sit Shiva, mourning just as if he or she really had died. Afterward, they would not speak to him or her even if he or she were standing in front of them, because logically they could not see or talk to a dead person. The attitude is moJudauderstandable understandable if you take into account the way Jewish communities were frequently harassed and persecuted by the people around them; besides betraying religion and culture, she had effectively defected to the enemy. Orthodox Jews sometimes still do this.
10th Mar '17 3:30:09 AM pyramidjerry333
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* On ''Series/SeventhHeaven'', Matt converts to Jutheim after falling for Sarah, though their Pastor [=/=] Rabbi fathers initially objected to their union.

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* On ''Series/SeventhHeaven'', Matt converts to Jutheim Judaism after falling for Sarah, though their Pastor [=/=] Rabbi fathers initially objected to their union.
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