Atkins, Passover Haggadah

Worship on one day a week is not enough and it shall

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Unformatted text preview: gement of God’s One-ness as Creator of the Universe, to the nations. Although Judaism welcomes genuine converts, we do not harbour the belief that all people need to become Jews. The non-Jewish peoples of the world were given seven commandments to observe and obey. They are; 1) Establishment of courts of justice, 2) Prohibition of blasphemy, 3) Prohibition of idolatry, 4) Prohibition of immorality 5) Prohibition of murder, 6) Prohibition of robbery and 7) Prohibition of eating the flesh cut from a living animal These are known as the Seven Commandments of the sons of Noah (Sanh. 56a) and until the advent of Abraham and the subsequent election of the Jewish people, applied to all mankind. The Rabbis say that the righteous of all nations will inherit the world to come. In that time in the future when Israel becomes the “Kingdom of Priests and a Holy Nation, and all the peoples of the earth recognize the One True God, in that day as the prophet Isaiah says “My House shall be called a House of Prayer for All pe...
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