Torah and the Seven Universal Laws
"Our Father, merciful Father, have compassion on us and put into our hearts comprehension to understand and to be intellectually creative, to listen, to learn, and to teach, to preserve, to practice, and to fulfill all the words of instruction in Your Torah with love, and enlighten our eyes in Your Torah...."
Some book reviews:
"A great work, a modern classi.c" - Noahide pastor and pioneer Rev. Vendyl Jones (1930 - 2010)
"When Noachides come to learn from us we lend them Rainbow Covenant."
Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz, Ohr Somayach, London
"At long last we have a practical and learned treatment of this vital subject... truly and obviously a MOST wonderful work."
Professor James D. Tabor
Chair, Department of Religion, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
(author of Restoring Abrahamic Faith)
"Welcome and timely, detailed and sound."
Rabbi Professor Nahum Rakover*
Professor of Law and Torah, Bar-Ilan University*
"With wit and a keen eye for what is essential [Rainbow Covenant] brings this ancient religion into modern times."
From the Foreword, "Rabbi Michael Katz [More...]
"A very readable, painstakingly researched book exploring and illuminating God's universal laws of morality"
Rabbi Eliezer Cohen, of blessed memory, Congregation Ohr Chadash, Huntington Woods, Michigan
"Rainbow Covenant is a big, rich book. . . a very valuable and welcome popular introduction to the Noachide laws and the Universal Covenant."
Rabbi Yoel Schwartz (author of Or L'amim (Light to the Nations) and The Eternal Jewish Home) and Rabbi Yechiel Sitzman, Yeshivat D'var Yerushalyim, Jerusalem
Rabbi Yitzchak Feldheim, Philipp Feldheim Inc.
About the Subject
"These ethical values and principles have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization, when they were known as the Seven Noahide Laws..." Joint Resolution of the United States Congress, Public Law 102-14
[Rabbi Nahum Rakover's full endorsement]
Rabbi Nahum Rakover: Professor, Bar-Ilan University, author of Law and the Noahides; former Deputy Attorney-General of the State of Israel; editor, Jerusalem - City of Law and Justice (Israel Ministry of Justice/The Library of Jewish Law); Editor, The Library of Jewish Law; Director of the Jewish Legal Heritage Society; long and closely connected to Rabbi Aryeh Levin, of blessed memory
(the subject of A Tzaddik in Our Time: the Life of Rabbi Aryeh Levin)
"An outstanding achievement. Whether novice or scholar, Jew or Gentile, this is what we have all been waiting for."
Kimberly E. Hanke, Turning to Torah
That Your Way may be known upon Earth,
Your salvation among all nations.