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Incompatible with freedom of religion

The prohibition within the seven laws against idolatry is incompatible with the concept or legal principle of “freedom of religion.” Various governments and societies have created something called “rights.” Across the world, there is a concept that is spread called “human rights” or “fundamental human rights.” But what is a right? In slightly convoluted terms, …

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Anti-Jew

https://ia601508.us.archive.org/8/items/anti-jew/anti-jew.mp3 There. I’ll keep the title simple. I’m not sure if it’s the cold I’m coming down with or something else, but I struggled to come up with a title. So I’ll just … you know … keep it simple? I’ve said that already, haven’t I? Anyway, in this article, I’m dropping a certain word: …

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Why would a person who doesn’t accept Israel’s God keep the seven laws?

https://ia601508.us.archive.org/30/items/WhyWouldAPersonWhoDoesntAcceptIsraelsGodKeepTheSevenLaws/Why%20would%20a%20person%20who%20doesn%27t%20accept%20Israel%27s%20God%20keep%20the%20seven%20laws.mp3 They keep saying it’s unlikely or even impossible, that the chances of it are so remote that people ponder why it’s even mentioned. I mean, you must know of God or Torah to keep the seven laws. You must! And yet the logic, the reasoning of such people who hold this view, rabbis included, …

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My Purpose

https://ia601501.us.archive.org/23/items/MyPurpose/My%20Purpose.mp3 “… the end of the matter, all having been heard — fear God [i.e., do whatever you can, with your heart to Heaven)], and keep His commandments; for this is [the purpose of the creation of] all men.” Ecclesiastes 12:13, The Rashi Kethuvim, by rabbi Shraga Silverstein at sefaria.org Every now and again, I …

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Criminal psychology – Implied consent

https://ia801507.us.archive.org/19/items/ImpliedConsent/implied%20consent.mp3 Now, as I’ve complained in previous articles, one significant weakness for a Gentile disputing the seven laws with a rabbi is that the oral law, where the codification and details of the law are, is their turf. They’re supposed to have a natural advantage over the Gentile having a heritage that has held and …

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Request from a friend

A friend of mine asked me to share this stating its urgency, and I share this because of the friendship without knowing the details. Please pray for a complete recovery of Bessie Ray Johnson Grissom bat John Franklin Johnson, Evelyn Louise Grissom Keele bat Fayettie Carron Grissom, and Roy Neal Grissom ben Fayettie Carron Grissom. …

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Do we need the Jews to set up a righteous non-Jewish court?

This article was inspired by a friend of mine. I want to at least make mention of him to respect the part he had to play in its writing. I’m NOT saying he agrees with everything that I write or believe, only that he helped me see some truths that go into this article. HRV, …

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Being Godly Without Giving up Identity

Originally posted on Emuna Trek:
Before I get started, this blog is my opinion in what I see, I am not an expert. It is intended for those that are not of the Jewish faith. I had to take a step back and re-look and question some things, I began to see things in the…

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An Open Letter to a Potential “Ger” – by Jim

Originally posted on 1000 Verses – a project of Judaism Resources:
Dear Philip, At the end of our lunch the other day, you excitedly informed me that you had discovered a new group of non-Jews that believe in the God of Israel and in the authority of the Torah, a group that calls themselves Gerim. I…

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Honouring murderers (and robbers)

Written in a facebook post, by Robert Higgs. Although it only mentions Americans, it applies to politicians internationally. “Are you ever struck by the number of ultra-criminal individuals — people who have great amounts of blood on their hands (e.g., Henry Kissinger, Ed Meese, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Dick Cheney, Richard Perle, Donald …

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