The Divine Code: The Guide to Observing the Noahide Code, Revealed from Mount Sinai in the Torah of Moses (Hardcover)
Interest in the Seven Commandments for the Children of Noah (all Non-Jews) is growing, and great numbers of people around the world have committed themselves to observe these Divine commandments. Before Ask Noah International (ANI) published The Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner, a comprehensive, clear, and expertly researched guide in English for observance and in-depth study of these Noahide (or Noachide) precepts was lacking.
Originally published in Hebrew as Sheva Mitzvot HaShem, it was enthusiastically endorsed by prominent Torah scholars. Unique among the other books on this subject, it is an authoritative text that is footnoted with extensively researched Talmudic and post-Talmudic sources. Importantly, The
Divine Code is the authorized translation according to Rabbi Weiner's personal review and editing input. It is supplied with additional explanations and enlightening Editor's Notes throughout.
The book examines and greatly clarifies the foundations and details of the Noahide precepts. Rabbi Weiner begins by identifying and applying the fundamental principles by which the practical requirements for righteous living are determined within Torah law for pious Gentiles. It contains eight sections, beginning with Fundamentals of the Faith, followed by sections that provide comprehensive explanations of each of the Seven Noahide Commandments and their many offshoots. It concludes with an Appendix on the Pious Gentile and the Ger Toshav in Torah Law.
Also included are several section introductions by the renown Rabbi J. Immanuel Schochet, o.b.m., a leading Canadian rabbi and author of many
popular books on Torah-based spirituality and philosophy. Additional section introductions were contributed by Joe M. Regenstein, Ph.D., a leading expert on guidelines in the meat industry for improved animal welfare; Arthur A. Goldberg, J.D., author of Light in the Closet and Director of J.I.F.G.A.; Rabbi Shimon D. Cowen, Ph.D., Director of the Institute for Judaism and Civilization, and Michael Schulman, Ph.D., editor of the book and Executive Director of ANI and Asknoah.org.
This book is especially recommended for late teen and adult Gentiles who desire to correctly understand and observe the Torah-based Noahide