Noahide Laws, The Seven
Noahide Laws, The Seven: Seven universal laws -- a morality code -- which form the basis of civilization. All descendents of Noah, i.e. all of humanity, are required to follow these laws.
At the dawn of human history, G-d gave man seven rules to follow in order that His world be sustained.
There are 70 families with 70 paths within the great Family of Man. And each individual has his or her path within a path. Yet, there is one universal basis for us all...
My mother was a fairly devout Italian Catholic and my father an Anglican skeptic who never went to church. I was always so confused. Then I discovered Judaism, and I love it! What's my next step?
Is it possible to have a moral society while leaving G‑d out of the equation?
Who has to keep the seven laws of Noah? Why are they called Noahide laws? An in-depth look at this set of laws.
Understanding the earliest origin of idolatry gives a better appreciation to a universal belief in one G-d. All of mankind has the right to pray to one G-d and should incorporate blessings in their daily life.
Man was created in G-d’s image, but how do we maintain that image and sanctity? This class details the Torah’s universal message for humanity.
Did you see the video of the tribe in Papua New Guinea singing the Shema Prayer in Hebrew? I found it fascinating!
A rabbi speaks to a non-Jewish group about Judaism's message to all humankind -- the Seven Noahide Laws.
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