Monthly Archives: April, 2017

It’s not commanded so it’s not important

There are different ways to approach the seven laws. Before I continue, let me just say that I’m surprised. At what? you may ask. I’m surprised that I’m still writing stuff about the seven laws. It’s odd, I know. I’m the one saying they are broad precepts with various applications and extensions, but, still, it …

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Is “evil talking” part of the seven laws?

Someone, a follower of rabbis Katz and Clorfene, did not like my article which took rabbi Clorfene’s article apart piece by piece. He showed his disgruntlement publicly and included in his attempt to “expose” me, he said the following: ​I can’t take you to a Noahide court for leshon harah, so I’ll have to do …

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Non-Jewish Judaism: Judaism without the Jew

Before you read this article, I strongly advise that you read the excellent article, “Warning: There is a snake in the garden” at https://emunatrek.com/2017/04/14/warning-there-is-a-snake-in-the-garden/, which deals with what I’m going to go through here in a different approach that I love. It’s full of Torah, humility and a grounded take on things. My article here is …

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​God-rejectors: They have nothing – Science, reality and knowledge

The final part of this series will cover a subject which would seem, to many, to be the forte of atheists and those who reject God. There are too many instances in the state indoctrination system called “public education” (or in many other institutions of “education”),or in the media, or in personal interactions with work …

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Passover, the Oral Law and a Gentile

So, for Jews, Passover and the festival of Matzos has started. And as a Gentile, especially one passionate about the Seven Laws for humanity, I have nothing to do with the observance of Passover or Matzos. Here’s what I told someone who shared that it was allowed for “noahides” to do something or other during …

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Modern Israel: From Egypt to Egypt

I saw someone who loves the modern state of Israel, seeing it as a beacon in a benighted Middle East, describe it thusly. A democracy with civil rights for all, sexual equality, freedom of expression, freedom of faith.  Now I know that many with modern Western sensibilities will see such a description and praise it, …

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