Produced by Ask Noah International, published under the auspices of Sichos in English.
Compiled and translated by Rabbi Yehoishophot Oliver. Editor: Dr. Michael Schulman, Ph.D.
Format: 6″ x 9″ Hardcover, 384 Pages, weight = 1 lb 9 oz
As a foremost global spiritual leader, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, emphasizes that G-d commanded the Jewish people, through Moses at Mount Sinai, to instruct people from around the world to observe the Torah’s Seven Noahide Commandments. This mandate was transmitted through the generations and codified by Maimonides (Rambam). Despite the key importance of this mission, Jews were unable to fulfill it during most of their difficult history.
The Rebbe explaines that by Divine Providence, the freedoms of religion and speech in our modern societies make it possible – and thus obligatory – for Jews to now be involved in spreading out this much-needed universal message. But was any guidance provided for how to pursue this?
In fact, the Rebbe directly addressed the following questions, and more:
- What is the basis in Torah for this outreach?
- What is the pious faith for Gentiles in G-d’s eyes, and what parts of Torah should they learn?
- Who should be involved in this outreach?
This book presents a systematic compilation of the Rebbe’s many teachings and directives for Jews, and Gentiles as well, about how to widely promote belief in G-d, observance of the Noahide Code, and acts of goodness and kindness.