Monthly Archives: December, 2013

The Land of Israel: Where I stand

No. I’m not writing this article because of the release of Arab terrorists. That’s a different issue to do with justice which I’m not going to get into now. No. I’m not linking this in with Seven Commandment observance either. I know. *sarcasm* That’s a great positive way to start an article *sarcasm*. But if …

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Why a Noahide declaration is unnecessary

As usual, I have to get the disclaimers out of the way first. I know how prone my articles are to being misunderstood, so let me get this out of the way now. I am not condemning anyone, any Gentile, who chooses to go before three rabbis or Torah-observant Jews and give a public oath …

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It’s silly to be a “noahide” because …. – the weak excuses

I hear of people converting and becoming Jewish, something which can be a very positive thing. The Jewish Torah way of life has immense responsibility, trials and rewards. For a person who has that inner craving, that insatiable longing to be a Jew and to connect to God as a Jew, the path and destination …

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Myth: The noahide laws are only for gentiles in Israel

So, being a gentile, a “Torah-conscious” gentile, I get challenges from people from all walks of life. When I say challenges, I don’t mean that they all outrightly come to my face and tell me in what way they conflict with and oppose my way of life. I mean their very beliefs and thoughts cause …

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The ilk of Wellhausen – Dumb and Dumber

If I were to cut to the chase, I would simply say that even scholars can have idiotic ideas. Can we walk away now and get on with our meaningful and normal business now? Of course not! The art of creating and upholding notions that lack fundamental sense applies to so many fields in life, …

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Naivety about idolatry – Patriotism and Nationalism

There is a commandment amongst the Seven Laws, the basic core seven commands that God gave to all Gentiles. It’s the law of idolatry. The letter of the law states that is forbidden to physically or actively worship a false god, understanding “false god” to mean anything other than God. Gentiles are not to do …

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