And Jerusalem and Babylonian Talmud are full of statements, imbued with sympathy for the proselytes. However, they can find numerous passages mocking proselytes, as well as containing the suspicions and fears of excessive proximity with non-Jews, "Rabbi Eliezer ben Yaakov said, since proselytes evil inclinations, Scripture repeatedly warns against them"; "Bede, one after another fall on the heads of those who make proselytes"; "Proselytes and play with children postpone the arrival of the Messiah," and so on. D. Some sources are detected attempts to establish hierarchical relationships between the Jews "from birth" and proselytes. Despite all this, according to most researchers, the number and influence of the wise, endorses and encourages conversion to Judaism has always greatly exceeded the number and influence of those who condemned him. It is also possible that outside of Judea related to this issue was more liberal .