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  THE SEVEN NOAHIDE LAWS (Laws for non-Jews)

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LAWS FOR NON-JEWS: Jewish law tells us that non-Jews are not obligated to convert to Judaism, but they are required to observe the Seven Laws of Noah. If they accept and fulfill these commandments in the Torah as transmitted by Moses, and are careful to observe them, they are assured of a place in the World to Come (Olam Haba), the final reward of the righteous


1) against stealing

2) against committing robbery. Negative 245

3) against shifting a landmark. Negative 246

4) against cheating. Negative 247

5) against repudiating a claim of money owed. Negative 248

6) against overcharging. Negative 250

7) against coveting. Negative 265



8) against desireing

9) a laborer shall be allowed to eat of the fruits among which he works (under certain conditions). Positive 201

10) against a laborer eating of such fruit (when certain conditions are not met). Negative 267

11) against a laborer taking of such fruit home. Negative 268.

12) against kidnapping. Negative 243

13) against the use of false weights and measures. Negative 271

14) against the possession of false weights and measures. Negative 272

15) that one shall be exact in the use of weights and measures. Positive 208

16) that the robber shall return (or pay for) the stolen object. Positive 194.

There is a group led by Rabbis David Katz and Chaim Clorfene that gives misinformation to Noahides and potential converts.  Several Rabbis have taken exception to their teachings and claim they have been misquoted. We thought you should know more about this problem.  Please read the letters in the link shown above.


Here is additional information from a Blog by Moshe Shulman.  It may prove confusing to those who are new to B’nai Noach teachings.