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The Noahide Way of Life

Messages for Noahides from Sukkot

An explanation of how the Jewish festival of Sukkot brings a message of unity to the world, based on recognition of G-d’s Unity.
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The Morality of Doing Good

Every act of kindness we do is like a pebble dropped in the water – its effects keep spreading and growing, making the world a better place for all mankind.
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A Faithful Understanding of the Creation

Chassidic insight into understanding the creation through understanding G-d’s True Existence. This recording is posted with permission from Rabbi Manis Friedman
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Lessons from Passover

There are universal spiritual lessons for Noahides to take from the messages of Passover: education of children, the power of speech, the gift of freedom, and more. Excerpts from a public lecture by Rabbi Sholom Ber Bloom.
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Truth of Torah

An explanation of the authenticity of the Torah of Moses.
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Covenant of the Rainbow

By repenting here in this physical world we draw down from the spiritual realm above a rainbow of G-dliness with the three primary “colors” that are in it: Kindness, Judgment and Abounding Mercy.
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Thoughts from a Student of the Noahide Code

Audio reading of a message for everyone, from a student of the Noahide Code.
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Getting Started on Observing the Noahide Code

This audio lesson gives advice on how a Gentile can get started with accepting his/her obligation from G-d to observe the Bible’s Noahide Code.
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Noahides in the Days of Moshiach

In the Messianic Era which will be here soon, all Gentiles in that time will be righteous and faithful observers of their Seven Noahide Commandments in the Torah of Moses.
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Universal Prayers

A National Day of Prayer stresses the universal importance for all people to pray to the One True God, for their physical and spiritual needs.
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33rd Day of the Omer

Lag B’Omer (14 May in 20’17) is the anniversary of the passing of the Talmudic sage, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, whose teachings highlighted the concept of unity.
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Shavuot: Oral Torah and Ethics from Sinai

The way to guarantee just, righteous conduct is not ethics based on human reason, but on following the Torah’s teachings of the ways desired by the One True G-d.
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Holidays for Noahides

Learn how to distinguish the Jewish and non-Jewish holidays that may be celebrated by Noahides, and how they may be celebrated.
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Mitzvos for Gentiles?

If a Jewish mitzvah is rationally incumbent and gives logical personal or societal benefit, it may be observed by Noahides (e.g. honoring parents, giving charity, returning lost objects).
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Obligation for Noahide Outreach

Translation of a talk by the Lubavitcher Rebbe on G-d’s command to all Gentiles to create civilized societies.
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A Noahide’s Requests to Observant Jews

A Noahide woman shares her perspective on the obligation of observant Jews to promote learning and observance of the Noahide commandments.
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Noahide Doctrine

A Noahide reviews several basic principles of religious doctrine and Divine service for Noahides, based on the truth of the Torah of Moses that was given by G-d.
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Commandments & Conscience: Lessons for Shavuot

Gentiles reach fulfillment by observing the 7 Commandments with all their details. Since they are G-d-given, they provide the vehicle to walk in G-d’s presence,
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G-d is One

Mishneh Torah by Maimonides (Rambam) begins and ends with themes of G-d’s absolute unity, how it can be understood, and how it will be openly revealed in the Messianic Era.
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Rosh Ha’Shanah – the New Year

Rosh HaShanah is the anniversary of G-d’s creation of Adam and Hava (Eve) on the sixth day of Creation. Every year on this day, G-d judges all people and nations for the coming year.
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A Feminist Perspective of Life Based on Torah

A feminist perspective on the beauty and inner meaning of Torah-based spirituality for modern-day Jewish and Gentile women, and how it helps to make a better world.
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Understanding the Synagogue (the Shul)

As the One G-d’s house of prayer for Jews, and people of all nations as well, the Orthodox synagogues temporarily stand in place of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
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