An innovative approach to the Noahide laws, based on the teachings of Rabbi Moshe Kerr of Israel. This approach disagrees with the majority of Rabbinic opinion of those involved with the Noahide movement, because it assumes that the Noahide covenant was broken at the Tower of Babel for gentiles, and others of Abraham’s descent Ishmael and Esau who rejected the Torah at Sinai offered by God. Rabbi Kerr stresses that the Noahide covenant must be reconnected through the making of the Oath-Brit. Rabbi Kerr’s teachings assumes there is only one Noahide faith and attempts to define that faith in terms of traditions, customs and practice.
Here is a collection of Rabbi Moshe Kerr’s teaching provided by Billy Jack Dial. Mr Dial originally met Rabbi Moshe Kerr when Rabbi Moshe Kerr through correspondence in 2005 contacted him. Mr. Dial became inspired at the depth of wisdom within Rabbi Moshe Kerr teachings. Mr. Dial felt Rabbi Moshe Kerr's Teaching connected more to Torah sources than the conventional teachings of all other rabbis. Mr. Dial went to Israel and met with Rabbi Moshe Kerr in 2006. Mr. Dial made the decision then, as a recognized Noahite leader, to encourage Rabi Moshe Kerr to bring more of this teaching to him through corresponding in emails and postings, so he could use his leadership to disseminate the teachings to all the other gentiles as an alternative approach.
- The Bnai Noach Oath
- Is it necessary for a gentile to make a Oath/Brit today?
- Bnai Noach to Learn Torah and Hebrew?
- Cave of many colors
- Bnai Noach Alliance
- Derech Eretz
- Decisiors in the brit relationship
- Brit Bnai Noach from the Torah
- Does Zion surpass Shiloh?
- Commandments in the brit relationship
- Prayer in the brit relationship
- The order of commandments in the brit relationship
- What is required to make Oath-Brit
- Who is authorized to officiate the Bnai Noach Oath-Brit
- Galut Talmudic Scholarship
- Commandments applicable to Bnai Noach
- The oath/brit relationship
- Seven Commandments as a Code of Law
- Noachide Courts
- Code of Law or Divine Revelation
- Mitzvot only apply to bnai brit peoples
- Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzatto on Gentiles