Ger toshav

Ger toshav

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  • The Chief Rabbinate recognizes a Ger Toshav, english subtitiles

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  • Is There a Ger Toshav Today?

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  • Bilaam's Prophecy to Jethro, the Kenite

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  • The Nephilim and Jethro, the Kenite

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  • Kabbalah - Merkabah Hekhalot and Sar Torah Mysticism - Ancient Chariot and Angelic Kabbalah

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  • What is idolatry?

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  • Where Do Jewish Laws Come From? Intro to Torah, Talmud, Halacha

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  • Noahide Laws

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  • Thousands Jews Gather To Pay Respects To Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Ger toshav is a term in Judaism for a gentile (non-Jew) living in the Land of Israel who agrees to be bound by the Seven Laws of Noah, a set of imperatives which, according to the Talmud, were given by God as a binding set of laws for the "children of Noah" – that is, all of humanity. A ger toshav is therefore commonly deemed a righteous gentile.

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