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A rabbi speaks to a non-Jewish group about Judaism's message to all humankind -- the Seven Noahide Laws.

Judaism and the World

Judaism and the World

An Introduction to Judaism for Non-Jews

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April 8, 2012
I agree. The depth knowledge and understanding that chabad shares with the world is unprecedented. I am also Catholic and now understand more than Catholicism ever offered to teach. I better understand the ONENESS of everything. I am writing a book for those who want a deeper level of understanding. Thanks to the inspiration from Chabad.
ny, ny
April 2, 2012
Thank you, Rabbi Zalmanov for taking the time to speak to non-Jews about these seven laws. i find them very easy to apply. They fit in my life perfect. i will teach them to my wife and kids, friends, family members. It feels good to know that we can make this world better. If there were only a few more Rabbis like you. These laws have been like America's best kept secret. We the non-Jews need to know about these things. People are running here and there looking into many religions but through these laws it is so simple to serve and love God! If they only knew!
Bronx, New yord
February 20, 2012
Thank You!
Thank you for this wonderful presentation. I am Roman Catholic (gasp), yet this teaching resonates with me. I also read the story about your Grandfather. He sounded like a wonderful person who gave of himself with joy. May G-d rest his soul.
Jonathan Phillips
Cincinnati, OH
September 7, 2011
about chabad house in tokyo
I appreciate your advice.
Nagoya, Japan
September 5, 2011
re japanese 7 noahide laws
you may want to try the chabad house in tokyo
dallas, texas
July 10, 2011
Kosher by choice?
B"H. I would think that it had to be by default to begin with; at least until some new non-kosher animals were gone. I could just hear it now. "Na'amah! Pork chops?!!! OY!! Well, th-th-th-that's all folks!"
Dvora Fairfield
Jacksonville, FL
May 30, 2011
How do I study 7laws in japan?
I am a non-Jewish man and I watched your TV. However, I am not good at understanding in English. I think better learning 7 laws is to learn in mother language (Japanese). Otherwise, I have to study English harder. If do you have a good idea, please tell me.
Nagoya, Japan
March 7, 2011
Rabbi, very timely and important message here. This was an excellent class. These seven simple laws have created a world of justice. However, since this generation of very coarse people have been on the earth, the world seems to be hanging on a thread. What will it take for people to follow these laws if they are not forced to. The court system that is rule 7, seems to be faltering. Look at the laws concerning abortion, the push to have gay marriage legal, and the concept of ending the life of terminally ill people.So far we legally have one out of three, but where will it stop. What a mess. It seems as though the 7 laws that help support the world are weakening. Am I right?
March 7, 2011
Re: question
Noah was not commanded to eat only kosher animals. However, he did have an insight to which animals would and wouldn't be kosher in the future; which is how he knew to differentiate between the ‘pure’ and ‘impure’ animals on the ark.

Keeping kosher then was by choice, not as a commandment.

I apologize for implying otherwise.
Eliezer Zalmanov (author)
March 4, 2011
oh ok because you essentially steal their trust. One more question... If Noah was commanded to eat kosher animals why aren't gentiles obligated today?
As the others have said thank you for expounding on these laws.
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