Atop Mount Sinai, over the course of forty days and nights, G-d taught Moses the entire Torah. The Torah was a two-part study: the "Written Torah," transcribed in the Five Books of Moses (and later extended to include all the 24 books of the Scriptures), and the "Oral Torah," a commentary on the Written Torah. The Oral Torah was orally transmitted from teacher to student for many generations. In the 2nd century CE, Rabbi Judah the Prince felt that the Oral Law would be forgotten unless it was transcribed. So he compiled the basics into a six-part document called the Mishnah.
The Mishnah contains 63 volumes (tractates) which discuss all areas of Jewish law: agriculture, holidays, civil law, family relations, sacrifices, ritual purity, and much more.
One of the tractates is completely devoted to Jewish morals, values and ethics. This tractate is called Avot — literally translated as "Fathers."
Understanding The Seven Universal Laws One By One:
Each of the seven sessions focuses on a different Noahide Law.Holy Hill Noahide Community: An Introduction to Derech Noahide:
Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim and Shlomo Phillips share a unique Torah consistent presentation of the Seven Universal Laws that makes these ancient legal codes relavant to our modern times
Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim and Shlomo Phillips share a unique Torah based introduction into the Way of the Seven Universal Laws.Sefer Iyov -- The Book of Job
Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim and Shlomo Phillips share their insights into this incredible book.Rebbe Nachman of Breslov's Dream:
Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim and Shlomo Phillips share their insights into this incredible revelation Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
The Path of the Just
Shlomo Phillips reads and discusses The Path of the Just (Mesillas Yesharim) by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzato (aka the Ramchal) is translated into English by Rabbi Yosef Leibler for Torah Classics Library. Buy the book HERE.
Note: A free PDF Version is available.
The Garden of Emuna
Shlomo Phillips reads and discusses this inspiring book by Rav Shalom Arush. The English translation is by Rav Lazer Brody. Buy the book HERE
Teshuvah: Finding Forgiveness
Audio only September 06, 2015: Chapter 5: pp. 30 - 35.
Don't Blame HaShem!: The Roll of Free Will
The Golden Rule: Don't Convert the Jews:
Be Our Friends, Don't Try And Convert Us:
July 28, 2015
A Message About Tisha B'Av
July 28, 2015
A Message About The Month of Elul
August 12, 2015
Text version: http://allfaith.com/holidays/elul.html
An Odd Dream For Elul!
The text version is here.
A Shema Secret
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Shlomo Phillips: I am the main author here at AllFaith.com. I hold an MA in World Religion Studies, an Interfaith counselling degree, and various other religious certificates. I am a talmid (student) of Rebbe Aryel Nachman ben Chaim, founder of the Chassidic House of Seven Beggars and Rosh of Der Alte Weg Chassidus.
The Ranbach, Rabbi Aryel Nachman Ben Chaim, is my Rebbe and an awesome online source for genuine Judaism and Chassidus: His Website.Here is my Jewish lineage through him:
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- Rebbe Yisroel Baal Shem Tov (1698-1760), founder of Hasidism to his disciple,
- Rebbe Dov Ber (1710-1772), the Maggid of Mezritch to his disciple,
- Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk (1717-1786), the Noam Elimelech to his disciple,
- Rebbe Yaakov Yitzchak (1745-1815), the Chozeh of Lublin to his disciple,
- Rebbe Moshe Teitelbaum of Ujhely (1759-1841), the Yismach Moshe to his son,
- Rebbe Eluzer Nissan Teitelbaum of Drubitsch (1786-1854) to his son,
- Rebbe Yekusiel Yehuda Teitelbaum of Sighet (1808-1883), the Yetev Lev to his son,
- Rebbe Chananyah Yom Tov Lipa Teitelbaum of Sighet (1836-1904), the Kedushas Yom Tov to his eldest son,
- Rebbe Chaim Tzvi Teitelbaum of Sighet (1884-1926), the Atzei Chaim, to his youngest brother,
- Rebbe Yoel Teitelbaum (1887-1979), Satmar Rebbe to,
- Rebbe Hayyim ben David (Joseph) Gelberman (1912 - 2010) the New Yorker Rebbe,
- Rebbe Aryel Nachman ben Chaim, the Ranbach, founder of Der Alte Weg Chassidus,
- Shlomo Nachman Phillips, Der Alte Weg Chassidus, MA Religious studies, Interfaith Institute degree, 40 plus years of studying the world's religions with an emphasis on "Abrahamic" and Indian religions.
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