Sh'ma Yisrael Adonai Elohaynu Adonai Echad
Hear, Israel, the Lord is our God, the Lord is One.
The Way of the Chosen People
The Abrahamic Covenant is the heart of G-d's dealings with the human race.
As Noahides we honor and are deeply indebted to our Jewish brothers and sisters.
This page and the ones linked to it offer information on the Way of the Chosen People.
"Jewish Renewal is a new movement within Judaism. It is a kind of neo-Hasidism, in that it seeks the spiritual renewal of Judaism, but "neo" because it insists on full equality for women and a creative return to the process of transforming Hallakhah (Jewish law) so that it continues to be a living path to connection to God."
Judaism, like Christianity and Islam, has developed throughout the years different ideas and beliefs by members of the Jewish communities who, at the time, were dissatisfied with the "status quo."
In general this dissatisfaction could be traced to political and socioeconomic reasons, as well as to different religious beliefs. As a result, many Jewish sects appeared, preaching their beliefs and hoping to carry out the changes they felt were necessary.
Of all the Jewish sects that appeared during the long history of Judaism and they were many - none was able to have as serious an effect on the Jewish mainstream as the sect of Karaism. Karaism, whose adherents are called Karaites, strongly challenged the mainstream and, to some extent, threatened its existence, and was able at times to attract 40 percent of the whole Jewish population. Karaism is the only Jewish sect besides that of the Samaritans that still exists today.
Kulanu is an organization that reflects the community of interests of individuals of varied backgrounds and religious practices dedicated to finding and assisting lost and dispersed remnants of the Jewish people.
Information About Conversion to Judaism
Conversion to Judaism is a rather complex issue. The
information on my conversion page will hopefully be helpful
to those considering this option. For those interested in
converting to Judaism, the best course seems to be to gather
information on Judaism and its various movements in order to determine which movement(s) to approach, then to find a synogogue in your area, and speak with the people there for specific information in your case.
Go to : John of AllFaith's Judaism Conversion Page
Here you will find links and information on how and why to become a ger tzaddik (a righteous convert) to Judaism.
Information About Moshiach
The Rabbis say:
'If you hear the messiah is here or there and you are planting a
tree, finish planting the tree.'
Did you know that you don't have to convert to Judaism in order to inherit everlasting life in the Olam haBa (the World-to-Come)? Get information here on the biblically established Religion given to the non-Jewish world by HaShem, the Noahide Way!
Go to : The Seven Laws of Noah: A Spiritual Path for the Rest of Us
What do you do if you believe the Tanakh (the Hebrew Bible) is the Word of G-d, are not Jewish, don't want to convert to Judaism, and don't believe that Jesus was the Messiah? One option for the B'nei Noach, the children of Noah, the Noahide Way. This Way consists in part in accepting the Seven Noahide Laws.
Many people are begining to reevaluate their faith in the Christian religion. They see Jesus as a great prophet, but in a light rather different from that presented by Christiandom. This link offers information on the Noahide Nazarene Way.
I believe in the sun,
Even when it is not shining;
I believe in love,
Even when not feeling it;
I believe in God,
Even when He is silent.
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The Holocaust: Learn the Truth of What Really Happened!