Why a Noahide accepted the Oral Tradition of Orthodox Judaism: Parts 1-6

Part 1 below is the Introduction to a 6-part video series by a Noahide, about the reasons why he accepted the Oral Torah after holding to the so called “sola scriptura” approach for many years.

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Part 2: This part goes into some of the reasons why the practical and day-to-day keeping of Torah necessitated an oral, non-written tradition.

Part 3: This part gives a short comparison of the Orthodox Jewish and Sola Scriptura views.

Part 4: This part goes through important aspects that are missing from a sola scriptura approach, i.e., real life understandings of certain laws, the process of canonization, etc.

Part 5: This part goes through some incorrect arguments given against the oral tradition.

Part 6: This part goes through the inconsistency of those who don’t know Hebrew language or culture, yet they voice an opinion against authoritative tradition and interpretation.

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