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Noahide

Noahide

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  Laws Of Noah

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Sundays at 11:00 AM

Chabad @ the Beaches
521 A1A North
Ponte Vedra, FL 32082

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Noahides (Torah observant Gentiles)

At the dawn of human history, G‑d gave man seven rules to follow in order that His world be sustained. So it is recounted in the Book of Genesis as interpreted by our tradition in the Talmud. There will come a time, our sages told us, that the children of Noah will be prepared to return to this path. That will be the beginning of a new world, a world of wisdom and peace.

At the heart of this universal moral code is the acknowledgment that morality - indeed, civilization itself - must be predicated on the belief in G‑d. Unless we recognize a Higher Power to whom we are responsible and who observes and knows our actions, we will not transcend the selfishness of our character and the subjectivity of our intellect.

Join us Sunday Mornings at 11:00 am as we study these principles.

Class is geared toward Noahides (Gentiles) who are interested in studying these principles and live a life of meaning according to the Torah as prescribed to Gentiles.

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Nov. 22, 2017
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