"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

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Noahide Commandments …

February 4, 2012
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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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Jew vs. Gentile in the Eyes of the Torah, Part I

August 20, 2011

Chapter 1, Mishna 18(a) By Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld “Rabbi Shimon ben (son of) Gamliel said: On three things does the world endure: justice, truth and peace, as the verse states, ‘Truth and [judgments of] peace judge in your gates’” (Zechariah 8:16). This mishna is similar to an earlier mishna in this chapter. Mishna 2 stated as […]

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Jew vs. Gentile in the Eyes of the Torah, Part II

August 20, 2011

Chapter 1, Mishna 18(b) By Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld “Rabbi Shimon ben (son of) Gamliel said: On three things does the world endure: justice, truth and peace, as the verse states, ‘Truth and judgments of peace judge in your gates’ (Zechariah 8:16).” Last week we discussed the difference between this mishna and Chapter 1 Mishna 2. […]

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An Ark of Our Own

June 13, 2011

By Yeruchem Eilfort This week’s portion is titled Noah, and is named after the famed builder of the ark. It is during this portion that we learn of the cataclysmic flood that destroyed life, save that of Noah, his family, and the animals he brought on board with him. The Torah explains why this dramatic act was needed. Humankind […]

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Q & A – What does a former Christian (Minster) Do, Convert?

June 11, 2011

Question: Shalom my friend, I am an ordained minister who has been studying the Hebrew roots of Christianity for around 10 years. Over time I have been forced to “unlearn” much of what I inherited and learned at higher levels of education. The bottom line is that much of Christianity is a false faith which […]

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The Path of the Righteous Gentile – eBook

May 22, 2011

Introduction to the Noahide Laws Written by Chaim Clorfene and Yakov Rogalsky Chapter One   This eBook summarizes the Jewish teachings on this subject to inform and guide the Gentiles, or descendants of Noah. Jewish readers will also be interested in learning about this little‑known area of Jewish study. The doctrine of the Seven Noahide […]

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Seven Laws – Bibically Binding on all Humanity…

May 20, 2011

There are seven laws, which are biblically binding on all humanity. They are prohibitions on idolatry, blasphemy (or the reviling of G-d), forbidden sexual relationships, theft, murder, lawlessness (the failure to establish courts and processes of justice) and the consumption of the limb of a living animal, associated with cruelty to animals. They are known […]

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Knowing God – without Jesus: The 7 Laws of Noah

May 19, 2011

What the Noahide Code is Not The Noahide Code is not a religion. You do not have to keep a Sabbath, or pray certain prayers at certain time of the day. You are not required to keep any festivals or holidays. There is no special commandment to dress in a particular way, as long as it is […]

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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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Noahide Laws – Enabling Humanity Part one

May 13, 2011

Freedom and Service: Laws Enabling Humanity by Professor Eugene Narrett We live in a culture of aggressive seduction. Advertisements and glossy magazines that are vehicles not so much for products as for attitudes sell increasingly perverse images of self-absorption and rapture. The pagan goddesses of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia and Greece with their violent erotic rites […]

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A Jewish Message for Mankind

May 8, 2011

Taken from Rachav’s pages with permission Many non-Jews, especially those who come to Israel and Jerusalem, are interested in what, if anything, Judaism has to say to them, and how Jews regard them. Jewish tradition has a clear response. Truly traditional Jews accept the Torah, the Pentatuch, as God’s revealed Word; it is amplified and […]

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Famous Biblical Noahides – Naaman

May 7, 2011

  From Rachav’s page   The story of Naaman is found in 2 Kings Chapter 5.  He was the Commander of the army of the King of Aram (Syria) and a highly honoured one at that, because through him HaShem had granted victory to Syria.  He was not only a great warrior though, he was […]

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