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WentFishing 1 point ago +1 / -0

The Noahide "laws" are Pharisaical "laws" from the Babylonian Talmud. "Laws" for jews to govern non-jews, that is pretty sinister to me and has no place being celebrated/formalized in the US government.


Some of the names I mentioned may not be the ones I was thinking, but there is a huge amount of info about the reality of this sect if you are interested. It is an NWO society, there is no doubt about it.

Shalomtoyou 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don't know what that guy is on -- there are people who hate Jews who come up with fantastic stories.

I listed the Noahide laws for you, the seven laws of Noah. Here's what it means.

Muslims believe that only people who believe in Allah AND that Mohammad is his messenger, have a shot at paradise.

Christians (correct me if I'm wrong) tend to hold the position that ONLY those who accept Jesus as lord and savior get their sins cleansed to enter heaven. The rest go to Hell.

Both of these faiths are pretty hostile to outsiders from this particular view. The tribesman from a remote jungle who never heard of Jesus goes to Hell, even if there was no method for him to learn of the Christian message due to geography.

Judaism doesn't do that.

There is a path for the righteous whether they be Jew or Gentile.

The seven laws of Noah are applicable for all human beings. A non-Jew who follows them is considered to be among the righteous.

Jews actually have a harder time, with the 613 commandments of the Torah.

The Jews get 613. The Gentiles get 7.

This is why Rabbis traditionally discourage converts. A gentile who wants to become Jewish is supposed to be turned away three times. "It's easier as a gentile, just follow the seven laws of Noah and you'll be judged among the righteous. There is no need to make things harder by adding 606 commandments to your allotment."

Only if he comes a third time do you take him seriously as a potential convert.

Again, I'll list them for you. You don't need a website that tells you this is some super-secret recipe for Jewish conquest of the world.

  1. Do not Deny G-d.
  2. Do not Blaspheme G-d.
  3. Do not Murder.
  4. Do not engage in sexual immorality. (Incest, Adultery, homosexuality)
  5. Do not Steal
  6. Do not eat from a limb torn from a living animal.
  7. Establish courts of justice.

That's it.

WentFishing 0 points ago +0 / -0

It's not about "hate", so I stopped reading right there. I'm sure you would be fine with a list of formalized laws for Christians to enforce upon non-Christians? Have a great day.

Shalomtoyou 1 point ago +1 / -0

Too bad. You might learn something.

Like it or not, there are people who hate Jews. It's even recorded in an old book you might have read, called the Bible.

Again, the Noahide laws are not to be enforced on non-Jews. I've never heard of that kind of direct application from any source. It's to be followed by those that want to become more righteous and closer to G-d. Just like Jews never forced you to eat kosher.

WentFishing 0 points ago +0 / -0

The United States already has its own legal code in the form of the Constitution and Bill of Rights. While this country was formed on Christian values, it was also formed by people escaping religious persecution and the 1st Amendment guarantees freedom of religion. As a Christian, I already follow these "Noahide laws", but that is a personal choice, not one for anyone to insist I follow.. Talmudists can follow their laws, but no sect of talmudic supremacists has any right to force these so-called " laws" upon any group of people outside their religion. If you want to live under Talmudic law, you are welcome to find a community where that is enforced, but understand you have no right to force any religious "laws" against any one else. Very revealing that you could even try to defend this treasonous action against the 1st Amendment rights of Americans.

Shalomtoyou 1 point ago +1 / -0

What action am I defending? I defended no action.

I agree-- if, as a Christian, you already follow the Noahide laws, then you're already among the righteous as far as Judaism is concerned.

Nor have I met any Chabadist or Talmud-educated Jew who tried to force me to follow them. They can encourage, suggest, give ideas for baby steps to observance, but never have they -- or I -- advocated forcing anyone to follow these laws of Halacha.

WentFishing 1 point ago +1 / -0

I am only concerned about being righteous in the eyes if Christ, not judaism. I follow these tenets to follow the words and to walk in the footsteps of Christ. Neither I, nor anyone else, needs talmudic "laws" for non-jews to dictate how to live, how to worship or not. The link I sent had 40 years of necons formally celebrating these so-called "laws" in the White House. Here are more. It is treason, an attack on the 1st Amendment, tto formally recognize religious "laws" on behalf of the US government. Of course they are nor enforceable because the US is not a country ruled by talmudic law and our God-given freedom is enshrined in our Constitution. Enforcement would only be possible with a one world government and I know enough about the cult of Schneerson to know that is very much what they are about and wield a lot of power, especially in the US, Russia, and Israel, of course .If you are not aware of their blatant NWO and talmudic supremacist goals, you should do some research or just stay naive. Have a blessed day!