Do you hear people say, "I am a gentile believer"? Is that correct? Do you know what the term 'gentile' actually means? Rabbi Steve Berkson clarifies this subject.
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2 thoughts on “INFOCUS – Gentile Believer?

  1. Thank you for this explanation, Rabbi Steve. I am fairly new to Torah, having been an “evangelical Christian” for almost 40 years. But I hadn’t yet grasped that becoming a believer, being grafted into the natural olive tree, means that I’m NOT a Gentile anymore. Awesome! Thanks again. Shalom Aleichem

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