Guide For The Noahide – Ep 4: A Torah Tradition And A Birthright


We discuss how the oral tradition was passed down before Mount Sinai, how a non-Jew can attain a place in the World to Come, and examine various terms used to refer to Noahides.

This week we begin studying Part I of Guide For The Noahide from page 1 with the section titled “A Torah Tradition and a Birthright – not a Religion”

Grab your book as we continue our reading and discussion. Join us each week for about an hour per episode as we learn the details of the Seven Laws for Bnei Noach.

As serious and dedicated Noahides, we know it is incumbent upon us to learn the details of the Sheva Mitswoth as required by HaShem our God. We’ll be using the book Guide For The Noahide as a basis for learning and delving into the details of the Seven Noahide Laws, character development, and wise practices. Our format is a read-discuss format, which means we read one paragraph then stop and discuss it, read another paragraph then stop and discuss it, etc. We’ll be able to cover several paragraphs in each weekly episode and we encourage anyone interested in learning Noahide halachah to study with us. Take notes and post your questions or comments in the video so we can continue having an off-video discussion.

We would like to thank the author, Rabbi Michael Shlomo Bar-Ron, as well as the publisher, Lightcatcher Books, for kindly giving us permission to use Guide For The Noahide for this project.

Now go watch, like, and share this episode! Subscribe to our Being Noahide YouTube Channel so you get notifications when new episodes are uploaded. And tell us what you think so we can make improvements!


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  1. Terry Hayes on


    Please let me know when you post the other video you are talking about in the26-28 minute mark of this video.

    Thank you

    • Abby Sookraj on

      Sorry, we haven’t been able to complete that yet. B’ezrath Hashem (with God’s help) it’ll be up soon!

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