The Key Difference

I want to start off by asking a question: What is the difference between a human being who has chosen the 7 Noahide Laws as their spiritual path, those who live life by one of the worlds religions, living by the seat of their pants or maybe have come to a portion of the 7 …

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Kevod Hashem

This is one of those blogs that was instantly inspired from something I read during my studies. This happened when I was going through the meaning of the rainbow in one of my Noahide study books. What comes next is my thoughts on just one of the teachings pertaining to the rainbow. “Anyone who does …

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The 7 are not 1,2,3

  The fact that the Noahide Laws do not appear in a list like the 10 Commandments has many new comers to the Noahide Laws and opponents of the laws confused. This is due the fact that most among the nations have not learned proper Hebrew study skills. A prime understanding is needed, the 10 …

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They Are Not A Religion

  One of the principles of Noahide Laws is that the 7 Laws are not a religion in and of themselves and are not to be used to form a religion. This principle is found in many books explaining the Noahide Laws and The Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner has it  falling under the …

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Baggage

This morning I began the study of a book I was recommended by a friend, ‘The Introduction To The Talmud by Maimondides’ translated by Zvi Lampel. In the translator’s Preface is found a statement that I found myself pondering on all morning, “...by peerless, earnest toil, in an attempt to understand the will of Hashem.” …

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