I may be way off and it won’t be the first time in the last hour.
But it seems like a high volume of prospective converts are seeking advice.
But, presuming this represents more people seeking to become converts, I find it interesting that this is happening at a time of increasing antisemitism.
I had a rabbi once, a long time ago, who said you could learn a great deal about a potential convert by asking if they would convert if they were in Germany in 1938.
Given the amount of global antisemitism, I feel very comfortable that anyone wanting to convert these days must have taken the risks and dangers into consideration.
Am I way off in any of the assumptions here?