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Call it the First Covenant, the Rainbow Covenant, the Noahide or Universal Covenant, natural law, or natural religion....

Whatever you call the eternal holy Compact between God and man - between the Creator of all things and His human creations - it's the master key to a very high level of wisdom: to the universal truths of Biblical religion, higher consciousness, and grace.

This is mankind's righteous Path, the age-old Covenant of Chapter 9 of the Bible's Book of Genesis (where the word "covenant" comes up seven times), the Seven Commandments of the Descendants of Noah (the sheva mitzvot b'nei No'ach) that flow directly from the Golden Rule (Leviticus 19:18 and 19:34), the "Path of the Noahite," or "righteous Gentile," "Judaism for Non-Jews," and the "Laws of Nature and of Nature's God."

Years ago, we stumbled upon this fascinating wealth of knowledge - starting from non-religious and even atheistic thinking - which casts so much light on on human history, and even upon the underlying nature of the Universe. It opened our eyes to whole new worlds of wisdom, decency, and power. It helped open our minds to God.

"The Word is very close to you, in your mouth, and in your heart, that you might do it."
Deuteronomy 30:11-14

We established this foundation, wrote our book, publish our newsletters and videos, teach, study, and do all we do to help you connect to these treasures.

This is the path we were all made for.

Oh, how I love Your Torah!
Psalm 119:97

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