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  1. If I embrace the Hebraic roots of Christianity, does that make me a Jew?

    1. Traditional ideas maintain that a Jew is a person whose mother was a Jew, regardless of who the father is. Most scholars believe that being called Jewish or a Jew has more to do with ones nationality or citizenship rather than religious belief.

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