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Some of the sages say that “Noah was righteous in his generation” means that if Noah had lived in another generation, he would not have been considered so righteous. The Zohar compares the generation of Noah to those of Abraham, Moses and King David.

Noah, Abraham, Moses and King David

Noah, Abraham, Moses and King David

Parshah Noach

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Noah, Abraham, Moses and King David: Parshah Noach

Some of the sages say that “Noah was righteous in his generation” means that if Noah had lived in another generation, he would not have been considered so righteous. The Zohar compares the generation of Noah to those of Abraham, Moses and King David.
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Noah, Noach, King David, Moses, Abraham
Rabbi Moishe New heads the Montreal Torah Center. He is a sought out lecturer on Kabbalah and its relevance in our lives today.
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Anonymous Bournemouth October 15, 2012

Without Jewish heritage? Is this why it's important for non-Jews to be humble when entering into the faith, so they can first gain the child like faith of clinging to the mitzvots before venturing any further? Reply

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