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Adults set out a potluck in the kitchen while children ran around.
The man with neck tattoos showed everyone the Kabbalistic painting he made and auctioned it to the crowd.
He started a small study group in his house that got so large that it moved to a church.
Around that time, Bryant began finding inconsistencies in Christian scripture, so he started digging into historical records. The larger his group grew, the more uncomfortable he felt: He was responsible for the spiritual lives of all these people, and here he was teaching things he didn’t believe.
Some wore head wraps and dresses suitable for a wedding, and others looked like they came in off the street. I was the only Jew in the room, but everyone else was here to study Torah.But about 40 years ago, Chabad grand Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson launched a global “Noahide Campaign,” writing and speaking about the need for Righteous Noahide communities, believing Noahide laws would bring about peace and understanding and would hasten the coming of the Messiah. For example, in 1987, President Reagan signed a proclamation glorifying “the historical tradition of ethical values and principles, which have been the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization when they were known as the Seven Noahide Laws, transmitted through God to Moses on Mount Sinai.” Noahidism now encompasses communities around the world, especially in Great Britain, the Philippines, Latin America, Nigeria, Russia, and the United States.According to Rabbi Michael Schulman, who runs Noahide website Ask Noah.org, the Philippines may have the most developed community, with well over 1,000 adults and their children living in a collection of agricultural towns.Unlike those around them, Noahides do not identify as Christian.Their feelings on Christianity and Jesus range from respect of the “all religions have something to offer” variety to palpable disdain.