Audio: The Divine Code of Seven Eternal Commandments

How does a Gentile know what to do to be in service to their Creator?
1/4/2010, 11:26 PM

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The confusing question for Gentiles of “How do Gentiles know what to do to be in service to their Creator?” may now have been answered.  God gave a choice to mankind, along with a plan for goodness and kindness – a Divine moral code with universal benefit for every society.
These precepts command the establishment of courts of justice and prohibit idolatry, blasphemy, homicide, incestuous relations, robbery and eating flesh taken from a living animal.  The details of the commandments extend to all aspects of moral living.
Dr. Michael Schulman, editor of The Divine Code, joins Ray and Prescott this week to discuss the book titled The Divine Code.  For Gentiles this may possibly be the most important work of our time.  Learn why as Dr. Schulman of the Ask Noah organization shares the contents of the Divine Code, the author Rabbi Moshe Weiner, the research, some of the considerations given in writing this first volume of The Divine Code and much more in bringing forth this book into the world.

Whether The Divine Code Vol. 1 and the subsequent volumes are the final codification of the Sheva Mitzvot or not, you cannot miss the opportunity to study this work. You can purchase The Divine Code Vol. 1 at Noahide Nations.

For a deeper understanding of the Seven Noahide Laws (Sheva Mitzvoth) we encourage you to include the books and audio Torah classes in your study by clicking on Torah Audio Classes on CD or Noahide Books. You can also visit the Noahide Nations Torah Network.

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Ira Michaelson and Rod Bryant are the former hosts of the popular Beyond the Matrix radio show. They have joined the Arutz Sheva – Israel National Radio team to be able to further their message of truth to the global audience. Ira Michaelson is the outreach coordinator for Jews for Judaism – East and Rod Bryant Director of Education and Counseling for Netiv, Torah study center. He is a former Christian minister, now a Noahide, who advocates Torah-based principles. Join the pair as they discuss burning issues for Bnei Noach and the world and invite provocative and thought provoking guests which will be a light unto the nations. A Light to the Nations airs every Tuesday at 1:00 a.m. US eastern time / Tuesday at 8:00 a.m. Israel time on Israel National Radio
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