Noahide Laws, The Seven

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Over the past century we have experienced a great leap forward of technological progress. Now it's time to catch up with ourselves...
"Taking a human life is an absolute no-no. How could Abraham have been willing to kill his own son in cold blood? So what if G-d commanded him--that's no excuse!"
Some of my best friends are atheists. And I can hear them saying: "You can be a moral and ethical person also if you don't believe in and respect G-d"
The Wickedness of the People, The Ark, The Flood, The Flood Recedes, The Raven and the Dove, Noah Offering, The Seven Laws, Covenant with Noah
Reflections on the place of G-d in American society
Witnessing the moral degeneracy of today’s society, what should the Jewish response be? Perhaps we should withdraw and become an isolationist community, concerned only with our own survival and developing our “chosenness” solely to our own advantage?
If we are honest with ourselves we would have to admit that laser-guided missiles and Abrams tanks are more lethal killing machines than a masked man with a butcher knife. So what is it about these anachronistic beheadings that offends us so much?
The perfection of the world requires the spreading of the seven Noahide commandments
In 1983, the Rebbe expanded his outreach campaign beyond the Jewish community to embrace all of mankind. He instructed his Chassidim to introduce the world to the Torah’s universal guide to life for all of mankind. In his talks that year, the Rebbe explai...
4 Tishrei, 5747 • October 7, 1986
I am very occupied now with spreading the Seven Noahide Laws for all mankind. When all people will follow these laws, it will also make easier our work as Jews.
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