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including the treasurehouse of knowledge called the Noahide Law, the Universal Torah — is The
Rainbow Covenant: Torah and the Seven Universal Laws
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[Unfortunately, what some readers call the book's best and most unique feature - the detailed source notes, citations, and supplemental commentaries, which make this book so useful for scholars and beginners - are not available below.]
The Rainbow Covenant: torah and the seven universal laws
by Michael Dallen
Foreword by Rabbi Michael Katz
Published by Lightcatcher Books (Springdale, Arkansas) and the Rainbow Covenant Foundation (New York, New York), 2003
Library of Congress
Control Number: 2003102494
And God spoke unto Noah, and to Noah's children with him, saying, 'And as for Me, behold, I establish My covenant with you, and with your seed after you.' - Genesis 9:8-9
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Foreword by Rabbi Michael Katz [p. vii]
BOOK ONE - The Rainbow Covenant
1. The Permanent Revolution: Sinai [p. 3]
2. The Torah Revolution: Revolutionary Texts 
3. Written Law and Oral Law: The Other Torah 
4. The Rainbow Covenant: Wisdom for the World 
5. Revealed Law: Beginning Noahide Precepts 
6. Unfolding the Code: Theory and Practice 
7. Who Decides What? New Approaches 
BOOK TWO - The Seven Universal Laws
1. Common Principles [p. 91]
3. Laws Against
4. Sex Laws
5. Laws Against
6. Laws Against
7. Laws Against
8. Laws Against
Appendix - Revolutionary
Doctrine: Israel’s Thirteen Principles of Faith 
Sources and Materials 
Index [p. 343]
About the Author 
Hardcover, illustrated, including endnotes, appendices (Israel's Thirteen Principles of Faith - 14 pp. - and Sources and Materials, guide to further study - 14 pp.), and index, 392 pp.
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