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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!

Shalomtoyou 1 point ago +1 / -0

If the United States was enforcing the seven laws of Noah on the populace, you may notice they are doing a terrible job. Outlawed sexual immorality? The Rainbow Jihad is one of the most powerful groups in America today. Do not deny or blaspheme G-d? Most entertainers and politicians do. So if you're concerned about the United States enforcing the laws of Noah on the population, I think that's quite unfounded. Whatever the globalist menace is that threatens us, it is not about to impose any sort of religious fundamentalism, unless you mean the fundamentalism of the new religion of "Woke."

So if there's any political stuff going on about the laws of Noah, it's probably the standard ceremonial crap for one demographic or another.... a "such and such" history month. Because, like I said, no one with eyes can believe that we're living under any form of the Noahide laws.

The Talmud is another story entirely. There's a lot of lies spread about it, but at its root it is a difficult book to read as Rabbis discuss the limits of the law, incorporating both the written and oral traditions. The naive reader reads some of the extreme decisions and interprets that as being commonplace, rather than realizing that they are examining the limits of the law, not it's everyday application.