Noahide Laws, The Seven

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Human civilization—the sum total of civilized human behavior—is not keeping pace, and in some very important ways, even regressing.
Abstract: If to be modern is simply to reject the past and capitulate to contemporary consensus, the Rebbe took no part in it. But if to be modern is to entirely emancipate yourself from history, to transcend the flux of fashion and actualize the full pot...
The Noahide Code
Universal Laws for Mankind
In this class we examine the various prohibitions and obligations that stem from the broader Noahide laws against murder, forbidden sexual behavior and theft.
The Noahide Code
Moral Justice
This class details the Noahide laws pertaining to proper treatment of animals, the components of a justice system, and the obligation of charity.
1980s
The universal mandate of divinely inspired morality is central to the Rebbe’s wider vision of Judaism as a path that will ultimately raise the entire world to a higher station.
The Noahide commandments are eminently sensible…except the law forbidding eating a limb severed from a living animal.
What’s the Occasion? Each year the festival of Shavuot is celebrated in commemoration of “the occasion of the giving of our Torah” (zeman matan torateinu):Text of the festival liturgy. the climactic revelation at Sinai to the recently liberated Israelite ...
A call to action from Sandy Hook
We were asked to help because as bereaved parents ourselves, several times over, perhaps we had something more to offer . . .
Extended Family
Rabbi Dr. Israel Drazin served for over three decades as Assistant Chief of Chaplains of the US Army. The Rebbe taught him that being a Jewish chaplian is not only about ministering to Jews (circa 1986).
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