"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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Their Hollow Inheritance – eBook

May 12, 2011

  This is yet another classic and informative book a free download by the author Michoel Drazin – also refuting that Jesus Christ is the Jewish Messiah and a refutation of Christian Missionaries. An excellent and informative read. http://www.drazin.com/ “O L–rd, my strength and stronghold, my refuge in day of trouble, nations shall come to […]

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Mesora – The Gold Calf & Pluralists: Judaism’s Imposters

May 10, 2011

  Moshe Ben-Chaim Last week, two orthodox, New York Rabbis – Rabbi Yitz Greenberg and Rabbi Reuven Mann – presented to Columbia University students and concerned community members, opposing views on Judaism’s assessment of “Pluralism”: the view that God endorses and inspired plural religions, and not just Judaism. I attended this forum, and will offer […]

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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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Noahide Movement – Newton’s Third Law in Action

May 9, 2011

by Rachav Those chosen by HaShem to be His messengers and leaders have had the attribute of humility; the opposite attribute of arrogance is not a positive one.   We need to be sure that our teachers have the attribute of humility also. What is this notion of “humility” and what does it have to do […]

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Eliezer – a Noahide

May 9, 2011

  By Rachav One of the Noahides found in the Scriptures is Eliezer, Abraham’s servant.   Abraham, was still childless and he was concerned that he had no heir.  God made a covenant with Abraham and promised him that he would indeed have heirs of his own loins. However, this did not cause any rift with  […]

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The Wisdom of Jethro the Noahide

May 8, 2011

by Rachav Jethro was known by several names, his name is pronounced in Hebrew as Yisro, he was also known as Reuel, Jether. In Ex. 2:18 Yethro is called Reuel, and in Ex. 4:18 he was called both Jether and Jethro. Reuel – Ex. 2:18. Jethro was the Kohen of Midian, this was at the time when […]

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Noahide Commandments

May 7, 2011

by: Rabbi Yoel Schwartz Translated by: Yitzhak A. Oked Sechter taken from Rachav’s page with permission Introduction: This book deals mainly with the effort of defining the commandments that the non-Jewish nations should fulfill or make an effort to do so. In addition to  the seven basic commandments, there are several other active commandments that […]

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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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What is the Noahide Covenant?

May 5, 2011

by Rachav In the one thousand, six hundred and fifty sixth year of Creation, the LORD saw the wickedness of man [1], and brought a flood upon the earth to destroy all of mankind [2], and started again with Noah and his family [3], eight people. [4] Noah had three sons, [5] and from these […]

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