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Do noahides have a mitzvah to honor elders

The Gemara at least twice explicitly rules that a Noahide is not obligated in the commandment of honoring parents. One Gemara is in Kiddushin 31a, where Doma ben Nesina is praised for his exemplary ...
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Noahide reading Psalms

I believe that some parts that refer to our Hashem the Hashem of our forefathers and the like, are not fitting for Noahides to say. Certainly not as a prayer because it has no meaning. I also once ...
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Can Noahides have a prayer book?

There is a Noahide siddur that was put out under the guidance of Rabbi Yirmeyahu Bindman, Rabbi Michael Katz, Rabbi Yoel Schwartz and Rabbi Yechiel Sitzman. In the foreword, R. Michael Katz writes: ...
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Where do the rabbis get the Noahide Law prohibiting the consumption of the meat from a living animal: "ever min hachai"?

This is found in the fourth edition of the book, The Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner which is the English translation of the original Hebrew publication, ספר שבע מצות השם - חלק א. The specific ...
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Where do the rabbis get the Noahide Law prohibiting the consumption of the meat from a living animal: "ever min hachai"?

I'm not a Rabbi. This answer is my own opinion. I would assume the Rabbis get it from Genesis 9:4 אַךְ־בָּשָׂ֕ר בְּנַפְשׁ֥וֹ דָמ֖וֹ לֹ֥א תֹאכֵֽלוּ I think we as modern readers translate this a bit ...
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Where do the rabbis get the Noahide Law prohibiting the consumption of the meat from a living animal: "ever min hachai"?

The verse literally means “Even Flesh, in its life, its blood, do not eat”. The main word of the phrase “in its life its blood” is the word “life”. The word “blood” modifies the word “life”, not the ...
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Where do the rabbis get the Noahide Law prohibiting the consumption of the meat from a living animal: "ever min hachai"?

So where does this law the rabbis include in the Noahide Laws come from? From Chullin 102a in the Mishnah: (דברים יב, כג) לא תאכל הנפש עם הבשר ר' יהודה ור' אלעזר סברי כל שאתה מצווה על דמו אתה מצווה ...
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