Joining the Hebrew Revolution
Welcome to Judaism's Outpatient Department
Even today, most people don't know anything about the Rainbow Covenant. But it's really basic.
1) When you talk about Israel receiving Biblical revelation at Mt. Sinai, you're talking about a world-historical revolution - by far the world's greatest liberation movement. The Hebrew Revolution is a perpetual revolution. Biblical knowledge is key to it.
2) Within Israel's religion - "Judaism" - and the covenant between God and Israel at Sinai is the Noahide Covenant or First Covenant. It's simply the universal contract that's eternally operative between us, all humankind, and the living, thinking, Creator of all things. It promises, among other things, that God won't destroy the Earth or take away humankind's dominion over Earth.
Every Divine covenant and every Divine law connects to all the Divine covenants and all the Divine laws. The Noahide path - they call it Noahism, No'achism, and even Noahidism, or, e.g., "the Path of the Righteous Gentile," and Path of the Ivri - connects everyone of every nation to this ancient revolutionary path of sanity and decency and continually unfolding revelation.
Basic, accurate knowledge of the Bible and its covenants isn't meant just for a small sect called "Jews." To save and elevate all Creation, God offers it to everyone. You don't have to be Jewish to be a blessing to the world. This is Judaism's "outpatient department," the welcoming department for non-Jews
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We wrote a highly regarded book about this: Rainbow Covenant: Torah and the Seven Universal Laws. It's the best book that we, including most members of our First Covenant Foundation, have encountered on the subject. It's a profoundly enlightening subject. Please read it!
In the meantime, while you're not at this moment reading the book:
Check out our latest Covenant Connection
February 2019 - Volume 13.6
Rainbow Covenant SCRIPTURE: FIVE FAVORITES. Five precious gems of Torah: "From My Altar," "Tooth for Tooth," "Doctors' Bills, "Milk and Meat, and "How To...." This month we focus on and celebrate five prize passages from Torah and Scripture: Exodus 21:14, 19, and Exodus 21:24; Exodus 23:19, and Deuteronomy 12:21... and more
Rabbi Michael Katz of Miami, Florida, a First Covenant director, pre-reviews every Covenant Connection