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Which brings me to my point: Many non-Jewish women (and men) in the United States express strong interest in Judaism. And the oral torah ALWAYS overrides the written torah when it comes to halacha! It says "between your eyes."Well, if you think that the Tanach is not the bedrock of out faith at all, then you must follow a different religion. This is completely on topic and what I'm saying is the truth. Because you fail to understand that you are having trouble with so many other issues. More importantly: Do you believe that the founders of the Ashkenazic community of Eastern Europe instituted mass conversions in order to marry gentile women? More importantly: Do you believe that the founders of the Ashkenazic community of Eastern Europe instituted mass conversions in order to marry gentile women?
This interest often stems from their quest to find the ancestral roots of their own faith. You really believe "An eye for an eye" means someone that knocked out another person's eye gets his own knocked out in return? Or do you believe that "conversion" as we know it today and "conversion" as it was practiced back then are 2 quite different things. Or do you believe that "conversion" as we know it today and "conversion" as it was practiced back then are 2 quite different things.
In addition, it is pretty clear that Jewish ancestry (as well as tribal status) was once determined by the father and not by the mother.
The "maternal ancestry rule" was instituted by later Rabbinic authorities for political and religious reasons (the Jewish exilarch Bustenai, for example, had no qualms about taking a Persian wife.
I guess they couldn't since back then there was no internet or airplanes.
But nowadays, it would be very apparent to other Jews that your wife (and therefore children) aren't Jewish.
One example of this are the ancient Moabites and Ammonites. For example all the law's of Shcheta and kosher meat can not be derived from anywhere in tanach.
It's rather vile that the OP (or other people here, like K-Reb) would use it. DNA testing among Jewish communities proves little, given that we've more or less always accepted converts (SY's excepted, naturally).
Assuming they even want to marry other Jews someday, they would have a very hard time of it.