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Judaism for non-Jews

Judaism for non-Jews

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One of the most common questions we get is:

I'm not Jewish, but I really believe in the Torah.  How can I know and do more?

If this is something on your mind, then rest assured there is plenty you need to do to make this world a better place.

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The Seven Noahide Laws
Judaism promotes a universal moral code for all of humanity. Learn about it here.
An Audio Lesson
Who has to keep the seven laws of Noah? Why are they called Noahide laws? An in-depth look at this set of laws.
Chabad and the non-Jewish world
What is the Chabad-Lubavitch attitude to the non-Jewish world? Just this; that if we live our lives with Divine dignity and purpose, will inevitably inspire others; if we talk about a Supreme Being who created this world and continues to watch over it, others will begin to sense His presence...
On the seven universal laws of life
There are 70 families with 70 paths within the great Family of Man. And each individual has his or her path within a path. Yet, there is one universal basis for us all...
Is it possible to have a moral society while leaving G‑d out of the equation?
Video
The Lubavitcher Rebbe speaks on the Seven Universal Laws for all mankind.
Once we start understanding Judaism in its own language, all the questions dissolve. Not “religion,” but “brit”—meaning covenant. Not “convert,” but “ger”—a naturalized immigrant.
Is Judaism For Everybody?
My mother was a fairly devout Italian Catholic and my father an Anglican skeptic who never went to church. I was always so confused. Then I discovered Judaism, and I love it! What's my next step?
As a rabbi, I assume you believe that Judaism is THE truth. If so, how do you explain the fact that there are so many other religions, and only a tiny minority of the world's population believes as you do?
My Jewish friends are mostly indifferent or even hostile towards their own religion, while I love Judaism and strongly desire to become a Jew. Then this rabbi tells me that “Judaism is not for you”?!
Buy this Informative Book
The Path of the Righteous Gentile introduces the reader to the most ancient of all behavioral doctrines, the Seven Universal Laws. Given originally to Adam the First Man, then reaffirmed after the cessation of the floodwaters of Noah, the Seven Laws were repeated as an intrinsic part of the Divine Revelation at Mount Sinai.

From that point forward, the doctrine became eternally binding on all mankind and the Jewish people became charged with the duty of teaching it to the rest of the nations of the world.
Buy this Informative Book
In Jewish tradition, the 10 Commandments are only a requirement of Jews to observe. All others are expected to observe the "Seven laws of Noah". These laws (some of which overlap with the 10 Commandments) provide the foundation for a civilized world, successful relationships, and spiritual development . Unfortunately, these laws have been largely unknown for centuries. Recently, however, people in all parts of the world have begun to study the Laws, and there is renewed interest in the role played by all nations in the Messianic Redemption.
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