Teachings for Bnei Noach (Noahides, Righteous Gentiles)

And it shall come to pass in the end of days, that the mountain of G-d’s house shall be established as the top of the mountains, and shall be exalted above the hills, and all nations shall flow to it.

And many peoples shall go and say, “Come and let us go up to the mountain of the L-rd, to the house of the G-d of Jacob; and He will teach us of His ways, and we will walk in His paths.”

For out of Zion shall go forth the law, and the word of the L-rd from Jerusalem.

And He shall judge between the nations, and instruct many peoples.

And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruning hooks.

Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.

Excerpts from Harav Ginsburgh’s book Kabbalah and Meditation for the Nations

Abraham’s Shield

The midrash relates an astounding story about the self-sacrifice of a Roman senator. From this story we learn that a righteous gentile is considered a reincarnation of Abraham and has a part of Moses.

The Integral Relationship Between Torah and Science

Contains some basic ideas regarding the relationships between non-Jews and the Torah

Reaching Out to Non-Jews

Our generation is the first since the dispersion of the Jewish People in which Jews are able (and therefore obligated) to reach out to non-Jews and introduce them to God’s universal covenant with all people.

All Races Serving God

People of each skin color have their own corresponding characteristics and talents, in which they excel in their service of God. In the Messianic era, all the nations of the world will unite in their service of the One God of Israel. In the Torah portion of Noah (Genesis 6:9 – 11:32) the Torah focuses on Noah’s children — all of mankind — in our individual yet united service of God.

FROM NOAH’S RAINBOW TO ISAAC NEWTON’S PRISM

In the Torah portion that relates the establishment of the covenant between God and Noah (and all generations to come) by means of the rainbow, the word “covenant” (בְּרִית) is repeated seven times. These seven appearances of the word “covenant” allude to the seven colors of the rainbow studied and documented by Isaac Newton, and to the seven Noahide commandments. The seven colors of the rainbow and the seven Noahide commandments correspond to the seven lower sefirot as follows:

Information Sheet for Visitors to the Temple Mount

You are presently standing at the entrance to the Temple Mount, the site of the Holy Temple. According to Jewish tradition, this is the holiest place on earth.

A Call to the Nations of the World, Religious Leaders, and the Head of the Catholic Church, Pope John Paul II

The year 2000 in the Christian calendar has sparked renewed interest amongst the general public in the subject of eschatology and the messianic future. This, together with the occasion of the papal visit to Israel next week, has prompted Rabbi Ginsburgh to compose and issue the following statement.

The Seven Principles of Divine Service for Righteous Gentiles

True Monotheism

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