Recommended Noahide Resources
THE SEVEN COLORS OF THE RAINBOW
Torah Ethics for Non-Jews
RABBI YIRMEYAHU BINDMAN
5 ½" X 8 ½", paperback, 160 pages, $17.95
If you are not a Jew, you must observe at least the Seven Laws of Noah before
you can interact in a positive way with the Jewish community. If you are a Jew,
you are expected to teach these Torah principles to non-Jews and to encourage
them to practice them. The author, an Orthodox rabbi from Jerusalem, discusses
the role of non-Jews in the world and how the Seven Laws can bring them
spiritual fulfillment. First three chapters available online. See Table of Contents. See also "The
Mitzvah of Dinim" by Rabbi Bindman. Paperbound book available for
$17.95 plus shipping and applicable taxes available directly from Schueller House.
Los Siete Colores del Arco Iris
(Spanish-language edition of Seven Colors of the Rainbow)
E-book (PDF file), 8 ½" X 11", 150 pages, $15.00
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THE RAINBOW COVENANT
Torah and the Seven Universal Laws
MICHAEL ELLIAS DALLEN
6" X 9", hardcover, 392, $24.95
As far as we know, this is the largest and most detailed of the books dedicated
to exploring the Seven Noahide Laws. Hundreds of notes. Published in 2003. Available Amazon.com only.
(For more information and more of this author's work, check out the related
organization, The First Covenant
Foundation, and ask to get on the newsletter list.)
The Rainbow Covenant Today!
ISRAEL AND HUMANITY
ELIJAH BENAMOZEGH (translated by MAXWELL LURIA)
6" X 9", paperback, 436 pages, $22.95
Elijah Benomozegh was the Orthodox rabbi who convinced Aime Palliere, a
19th-century Frenchman who moved away from Catholicism to Torah, that he had an
alternative besides full conversion to Judaism. This book will show you that the
good rabbi's interactions with Aime Palliere were no accident. He had a
universal vision. Available Amazon.com only.
Israel and Humanity Today!
JEW AND GENTILE IN THE ANCIENT WORLD
Attitudes and Interactions from Alexander to Justinian
LOUIS H. FELDMAN
6" X 9", paperback, 679 pages, $26.95
This is an academic book, and it's not for the faint of heart. Nevertheless,
it's the definitive work about relations between Jews and Gentiles in the Graeco-Roman
world and, as such, puts the Noahide Laws into a cultural context -- even if it
doesn't say much about them directly. Not available from Schueller House.
Available Amazon.com only.
Jew and Gentile in the Ancient World Today!
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