"O L-RD, Who are my power and my strength and my refuge in the day of trouble, to You nations will come from the ends of the earth and say, 'Only lies have our fathers handed down to us, emptiness in which there is nothing of any avail! Can a man make gods for himself, and they are no gods? 'Therefore, behold I let them know; at this time I will let them know My power and My might, and they shall know that My Name is the L-RD".
Jeremiah 16:19-21

Noah

The Shituf Excuse: Preserving Madness Because It’s Permissible!

April 26, 2013

So I’ve heard it all again from the mouth of a Jew, a rabbi no less. The message goes something along these lines. Christianity is ok for gentiles but not for Jews. Gentiles aren’t warned about shituf, it’s not prohibited as part of their commandments, so, as Christianity is classed as shituf, then it’s fine for gentiles […]

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A New Flood?

November 17, 2012

By: Rabbi Lazer Brody The editorial page of Breslev Israel’s English website Hashem promised that there wouldn’t be another flood like the one in Noah’s time that resulted from forty days and forty nights of rain. Hashem never said anything about melting ice… King David, the Lord’s anointed and one of our most important prophets, wrote in […]

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Q & A Noahide vs. Torah Law

August 21, 2011

by Moshe Ben-Chaim   Doug: During a session today of my class on Fundamentals of Torah for Non- Jews, one of the participants asked about the verse in Genesis to be fruitful, multiply, fill the earth and subdue it, etc. This person wondered about that as a commandment. My understanding from Rabbi Chait is that […]

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The Purpose Of Falsehood I

July 8, 2011

By Rabbi Daniel Travis Two by two the animals came into the Ark to Noach. (Bereshith 7:9) The concepts in this verse are illustrated by the following allegory: Sheker approached Noach and requested entry into the Ark. Noach refused sheker on the grounds that it did not have a “mate.” When sheker left Noach, it […]

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Noahide – Torah of Eden

May 20, 2011

The First Covenant-Torah of Eden There is a question in the world about the value of being a Gentile. Does Gd care about the non-Jewish world? Many people have felt that their status makes them worth only of “the crumbs from the table.” This misunderstanding has caused many to try to find an identity, a […]

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The Seven Noahide Instructions

May 13, 2011

What are the Noahide Laws and where does it say that the 7 Noahide Laws are for all nations? The definitive answer to the question is that when G-d told Moses to record the Noahide Laws and the story of Noah in the first book of the Torah, He commanded that these laws should be […]

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Noah’s Ark – Intersection of Time and Space

May 9, 2011

by Mark Rosenblit “Now the Earth had become corrupt before God; and the Earth had become filled with violence. And God saw the Earth and behold it was corrupted, for all Flesh had corrupted its way upon the Earth. God said to Noah, ‘The end of all Flesh has come before Me, for the Earth […]

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Noah – Father of the Righteous Gentile

May 9, 2011

Taken from Rachav’s page with permission The Flood 1656 – 1657 From Creation Gen. 6:5 And G-D saw that the wickedness of man [was] great in the earth, and [that] every imagination of the thoughts of his heart [was] only evil continually. 6 And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the […]

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The Torah Before Sinai

May 8, 2011

by Rachav Many people seem to think that the specific laws and commandments were not given until the children of Israel reached Mt. Sinai. However we find in Genesis 26 Isaac was told by G-d that he would be blessed because of his father Abraham’s obedience to the commandments of G-d. Genesis 26:3 sojourn in this […]

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Introduction to the Universal Moral Code – Seven Moral Precepts

May 7, 2011

From Rachav’s Page with permission Dear Friends, The breakdown of traditional moral values has become a major issue of discussion and debate in contemporary western society. If we are to discuss this issue from the perspective of Jewish tradition, we need to be aware that, according to the Torah, there is a universal moral code which is […]

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Noahides – A Committed Lifestyle

May 7, 2011

  by Rachav I am a bat Noach, for the uninformed, a bat Noach or b’nai Noach is a non-Jew (Noahide) who follows the 7 Noachide laws specifically given by God for them. The Hebrew Scriptures known as the TeNaCh (Torah, Neviim, Ketuvim) = Teachings, Prophets, Writings) plus the Talmud contain information about the role of […]

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The Ancient Path

May 7, 2011

  By Rachav Today we see something which has not been seen en masse for almost 2000 years. Gentiles are turning to Jewish people, to the teachings of Judaism to find out what their relationship should really be like. Why? Because so many of us have found that there is no satisfaction, no real relationship […]

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The Origin and Derivation of the Noachide Laws

May 7, 2011

taken from Rachav’s page with permission by Yishay Adam received six laws from God in the Garden of Eden [1]. The seventh was given to Noach and his descendants. The purpose of these laws was to be the foundation of just and godly societies throughout the world. However, it was in the generation of Enosh that […]

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