Noahide Laws, The Seven

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'Blessed are You...who has not made me a slave.'
20 Menachem Av, 5745 · August 7, 1985
On Faith, Part 2
All human beings are commanded to believe in G-d. But must they “trust” in Him, as well?
Too Good for G-d?
It happened once on Shabbos that in the midst of prayer, the Alter Rebbe removed his Tallis and went to the edge of the town. There, he found a woman who had just given birth. The Alter Rebbe had sensed that she needed help...
When the Alter Rebbe Chopped Wood
In the early 1980s, the Rebbe began to speak on the importance of raising awareness about the Seven Laws of Noah among non-Jews.
G-d’s Law for All People
Maimonides rules that a non-Jew must keep the Seven Noahide Laws, not because he agrees with them intellectually, but because they were commanded to him by G-d, through Moses at Sinai.
The Greeks brought culture, rationalism, geometry, drama, and appreciation of beauty. What point is there in celebrating the victory of those who resisted progress?
A situation which has occurred many times in the history of the Jewish people: the non-Jewish ruling power appoints a wise Jew to a senior position as advisor or administrator...
Noah lived 950 years. That’s enough time to do everything wrong and everything right.
Music for the Mind
Michael Tabor is an educator and musician. In 1970, as a student at the London School of Economics, he had an audience with the Rebbe. After a conversation with the Rebbe about music and the arts, he learned an important lesson that has remained with him ...
A philosophical perspective on the inherent sanctity of morality
The Judaic Basis for Natural Law
An exploration of Natural Law in Judaic perspective, looking from Isaiah Berlin, to David Hume, Immanuel Kant, the Sophists, Aristotle and ultimately to Jewish sources, including Philo, Malachi and others..
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