In front of him, an audience of about 20 sat in rows, listening attentively.According to Jewish theology, there are laws that Jews must obey, the 613 mitzvot, but then there are seven laws for children of Noah—everyone else in the world.It’s a familiar story, but Bryant put a Noahide spin on it.He emphasized how Moshe stood up for what he knew was right, despite the masses around him just following the status quo.In the Middle Ages, Maimonides urged their observance on non-Jews, writing, “Anyone who accepts upon himself and carefully observes the Seven Commandments is of the Righteous of the Nations of the World and has a portion in the World to Come.” But the idea never really caught on among non-Jews.But about 40 years ago, Chabad grand Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson launched a global “Noahide Campaign,” writing and speaking about the need for Righteous Noahide communities, believing Noahide laws would bring about peace and understanding and would hasten the coming of the Messiah. For example, in 1987, President Reagan signed a proclamation glorifying “the historical tradition of ethical values and principles, which have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization when they were known as the Seven Noahide Laws, transmitted through God to Moses on Mount Sinai.”Noahidism now encompasses communities around the world, especially in Great Britain, the Philippines, Latin America, Nigeria, Russia, and the United States.They obey the Noahide laws, but they also take the concept further, endeavoring to obey other mitzvot and learn more from Judaism.
this device was the Pur or casting of Lots from which the Jews today get the name of the holiday of Purim. Rebbinic Judaism defines all forms of Christianity and Messianic Judaism as IDOLOTRY R.Many Messianic and Christian Believers have heard of the Noahide laws purportedly a set of 7 laws given by G-d unto the sons of Noah to guide them into righteousness and into Olam Haba (the world to come).They would appear to be a device for genocide and racial extermination as devious and deadly as that of Haman in the book of Esther who sought to craft a device for the extermination of the Jewish people themselves.According to Rabbi Michael Schulman, who runs Noahide website Ask Noah.org, the Philippines may have the most developed community, with well over 1,000 adults and their children living in a collection of agricultural towns.They run Hebrew schools, community meetings, and even a national summit.Like Moshe, Bryant said, Noahides struggle to stand up for their beliefs, despite being surrounded by Christian families and friends.Unlike those around them, Noahides do not identify as Christian.In the end of the book, his wicked plan is turned back on himself and he and his whole family were annihilated instead of the Jewish people. Moses Maimonides (Rambam) tought in "Idolotry and the Laws of the Nations" that any belief in the Christian Messiah is idolatry and idolatry under the Noachide Laws is a capital offense. Because 10 times in the last 20 years Chassidic Jews, followers of the false messiah R.Menachem Schneerson have introduced into public law in the United States of America the declaration that: You can read the entire Public Law 103-14 here Here is a Real Audio live debate on the Noahide Laws between Rav Yossef and Rabbi Dak As a believer in Y'shua/Jesus1.Follow Torah which commands you to love your neighbor as yourself.Not according to the lies of the ultra-orthodox who say you must love only your brother Jew and then only if he is orthodox.3.