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The conversion process must be done before a court of three Jewish men who themselves believe in God, accept the divinity of the Torah, and observe the mitzvot.
In the case of someone who denies fundamental principles of Jewish belief (such as, the word-for-word divinity of the Torah), or offers to perform the conversion without requiring full mitzvah observance, the conversion would be invalid according to the Code of Jewish Law.
I live in a Jewish community and have Jewish friends. This is true regardless of who the father is, and whether he is Jewish or not. Maimonides explains that anyone who faithfully observes these laws earns a proper place in heaven.
I attend Jewish lessons every Monday, and dinners with rabbis on the Jewish holidays. Today, there are many active groups of non-Jews called "Bnei Noach" who faithfully observe the Seven Laws of Noah.
Judaism presents seven mitzvot for non-Jews to observe.
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As explained in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 58b), they include the prohibition against theft, murder, and sexual immorality.
These are the pillars of human civilization, and are named the "Seven Laws of Noah," since all humans are descended from Noah.
According to the Code of Jewish Law, there are three requirements for a valid conversion: 1) Mikveh – All converts must immerse in the Mikveh – a ritual bath linked to a reservoir of rain water.
2) Milah – Male converts must undergo circumcision by a qualified "Mohel." If he was previously circumcised by a doctor, he then undergoes a ritual called "hatafas dam." 3) Mitzvot – This is the clincher.
There are two excellent books which are helpful for conversion: - "To Be A Jew" by Chaim Halevi Donin – - "Becoming a Jew" by Maurice Lamm – Also recommended are two real-life accounts of non-Jews who converted to Judaism: - "Migrant Soul" by Avi Shafran – - "The Bamboo Cradle" by Avraham Schwartzbaum – You have a special soul which is yearning to find truth.