Kindness – Humanities’s Special Mitzvah/Deed

I am bouncing off my last blog, but the title and subject was inspired from a live broadcast interview I did with Rabbi Shlomo Nachman of the 1 God 7 Laws Facebook page. Paraphrasing from my last blog, “Noahide Expression of Faith” - the parts of the Creator’s attributes that we are created from, is …

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The Noahide Laws Changed My Life

Most that know me or have read some of my previous blogs, knows that part of my past included a time spent studying for Orthodox Jewish conversion after I left Christianity. The majority of the 10+ years I have been investigating and studying the Hebrew Scriptures has been for the purpose for conversion. Yes, I …

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My Noahide Experience

  Since leaving Christianity, I have had many discussions with other Christians. Somewhere in the talks they will bring up how Jesus/Yeshua changed their life and how he delivered them from some kind of vise, like, alcohol, drugs or so on. A well known rabbi once said after hearing a similar comment, “That’s not a …

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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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Jew and Gentile

This blog was inspired by a friend’s thread on Facebook, although I have been wanting to write on the subject for a long while, this thread helped me put some things in order to be able to write on it. The subject of this blog is about the responsibilities between Israel and the nations. There …

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