Monthly Archives: April, 2015

Choosing the lesser of two evils

So some would say that supporting the current political system, whether it be democracy or a constitutional republic or a monarchy or whatever exists these days, they are simply doing their best in the current situation. They would claim that by vocally and actively supporting one political party or another, they are simply choosing the …

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Getting Acquainted 2: Interview with a conscious Gentile

What follows is an interview with author, Alan W. Cecil, about his interaction with the Seven Commandments and related issues. When did you first learn about the Seven Laws? Where did you learn them from? I first heard about the Noahide Law on August 24, 1985 from Larry Johnson, a photographer from Rome, Georgia. He …

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Revisiting the “ger”

I wrote an article some time ago called “I’m not a ger.” It was my way of processing the claims of some people that certain non-Jews in the present day had the status of “ger” in one way or another. Some were saying that a non-Jew who had accepted the Seven Commandments but hadn’t had …

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Project Failure: “Thank God we don’t keep His commandments!”

[Disclaimer: The use of the word “noahide” in this article has little to do with the reference in Jewish tradition that all “bnei noach”, i.e., Gentiles in general, were enjoined to keep the Seven Commandments. It refers more to a label for those that belong to a certain group or club of fuzzy or ambiguous …

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