This is the Outpatient Department of the Hebrew Revolution (Judaism)

Within Judaism and the covenant between God and Israel at Mt. Sinai is the Noahide Covenant, also known as the Rainbow Covenant and First Covenant, the covenant between God and all humanity, and all the world.

God started it, according to the Bible's Book of Genesis, with Adam and Eve and then, ten generations later, with Noah and his children. After the Revelation of the Torah at Mt. Sinai, ten generations later (according to the Bible), the Jews kept the knowledge of the Noahide Law alive.

All Divine Law is related to all other Divine Law. The Noahide path - they call it Noahism, No'achism, and even Noahidism, "the Path of the Righteous Gentile," and the Path of the Ivri - connects to the revolutionary path of sanity and decency called Judaism.

Our commitment: to increase understanding of this heretofore under-studied system of morality, spirituality, and law. This great First Covenant - from the time of the world's first true humans forward to the end of time - was magnificently crafted by God to connect all humankind to Him, to godliness, and to all the guidelines and principles of truly human living.

This knowledge isn't meant just for a small sect of people called "Jews." Rather, HaShem - the blessed Creator, the one and only God of Abraham and Israel - gave them to mortal beings to elevate and save all Creation.  

 "Open my eyes, that I may see wondrous things out of Your Torah." - Psalms 119:18

We wrote a highly regarded book on this subject - Rainbow Covenant: Torah and the Seven Universal Laws. This sacred wisdom, with its bedrock, absolutely reliable, ethical and moral teachings and profound spiritual guidelines, is designed to serve all humanity as the pathway to redemption.

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Covenant Connection

January 2019 - Volume 13.5


UNFOLDING DEUTERONOMY CHAPTER FOUR. The mysterious lovely Divine "statutes" becoming clearer in our time. The Bible's moral laws - the Noahide laws - are all logical laws, versus the statutes, which 1) aren't logical laws and 2) don't command Noahides. But as science lights up the remarkable goodness of the statutes, the statutes increasingly inform and can potentially elevate both Noahide and Jew... Two very powerful ideas from Deut. 4... Divine Spirit & Aleinu... Divorce or Covenant? The "Suffering Servant of the Lord," Isaiah 53, et cetera... Beware of censoring free speech and thought. (What people call "hate speech" isn't necessarily so)... and More

Rabbi Michael Katz of Miami, Florida, a First Covenant director, pre-reviews every Covenant Connection



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