Monthly Archives: July, 2014

I’m not a ger

OK, so there’s been some teaching going about, made even more popular by a show on Israel National Radio, about “noahides” being equivalent to some entity known as a “ger”. This article is not about naming names. It ain’t about anything personal. It’s just about the issues as I see it and my stance. It’s …

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Freethinkers – false advertising

First impressions count. And the name that one gives to oneself, the label one places upon him- or herself, can say a lot, not so much about the label or the group that the individual affiliated him- or herself to, but rather about the person who holds that label. When it comes to “freethinkers” you …

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Getting acquainted: Interview with a conscious Gentile

What follows are some questions that I asked a fellow Gentile who consciously follows the seven commandments to get a different perspective from a different part of the world. Enjoy. What is your name? Stiv Where are you from? France, also lived in Serbia (for 10 years) where my origins are. What does the word …

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Simplicity

A lady, Linda Gebaroff, said something that struck me with its simplicity: Why do gentiles make such a large deal over the minimal moral duties required of all humans? What do you want, your own book? What I say next may not reflect her thoughts since all I’ll be doing is saying what I got …

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Give me Scripture or give me death!!!

The title of this blogpost just crossed my mind as I was considering this issue. I liked it. Nuf said! So then approaching certain people, especially from the christian worldview, with the notion that God has the basic expectation from humanity that we at least fulfil the morality codified in seven general categories of commandments, …

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