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Biblical Noah

Rabbi Enkin “rocks the boat” as he explores the “Seven Noahide Laws” which are binding, even nowadays, on all of mankind.

The Torah portion of “Noah” (Genesis 6:9–11:32) primarily deals with, as expected, the story of Noah.

Who exactly was Noah? Our sages are divided on how righteous he really was. Why was he chosen to build an ark and save the world?

Noah was similar to Moses in that he was also a “law-giver.” But Noah’s laws are not just for Jews. They’re for the entire world!

Rabbi Enkin explores the “Seven Noahide Laws” which are binding, without exception, even nowadays, on all of mankind.