Monthly Archives: March, 2016

Noahide 2.0

Originally posted on Academy of Shem:
? It was in January of 1986 when I first met Vendyl Jones. It was in the small town of Cleveland, Tennessee in a small Baptist church. Vendyl was the guest speaker at the first Noahide conference hosted by J. David Davis, the former Baptist preacher turned Noahide. He…

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Homosexuality: It’s ok now, right?

Again, the so-called harshness of the basic law for Gentiles is put on display when people take a look at the law regarding sexual morality, in particular the principle regarding the prohibition against male homosexuality. Hasn’t most of the civilised world moved on? Aren’t we now supposed to be tolerant of homosexuals and judge their …

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The Ger Conundrum

Originally posted on Academy of Shem:
For those who seem a bit befuddled by my earlier blog posts on the gerring issue, I decided I needed to clarify a few points. For this essay, I am enlisting the help of Rabbi Chaim Clorfene, the co-author of Path of the Righteous Gentile and The World of the Ger.…

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Schneersonanity

Originally posted on Academy of Shem:
As much as I would love to take credit for the term “Schneersonanity,” I can’t. It was coined by a friend of mine, an ex-Chabad rabbi I have known for many years. He left Chabad after he saw first-hand the disturbing messianism that was taking over. He saw disturbing…

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The World of the Gerring

written by Alan Cecil, author of Secular by Design: A Philosophy of Noahide Laws and Observances, The Noahide Code and The Noahide Guide to Matthew. The original article can be found at https://academyofshem.wordpress.com/2016/03/20/gerring/ ————– From my perspective, the Ger movement is beginning to look more and more like a religious cult, one of those “only …

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Becoming the enemy

There’s a person online who I don’t respect. I personally have found him to be so wrong about the seven laws and what they teach, to have insulted them and their source, that I just do my best to stay out of his way. His name is Asher Meza, or George. I’ve shown my distaste …

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