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The halachic framework of abortion for the Gentiles

Amos, first of all, I must say I have much esteem for Bnei Noach like yourself who see the Torah as the Law for all mankind. Blessings for success in all! Now I’m regards to you’re questions, ...
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Belief-with worship only towards HaShem - in the real existence of intermediaries between the Almighty and the Gentile Nations

I transcribe below the kind response I received on the matter from Rav Dr Michael Schulman, editor of "The Divine Code" by Rav Moshe Weiner, as well as executive director of Ask Noah ...
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Does belief in the abrogation of the Torah by the NT disqualify a Ben Noah?

At first glance it seems they are disqualified as Pious Gentiles. However, it may depend on the following “chakira”: If they believe in the Revelation at Sinai only because of Yoshke then they are ...
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Does belief in the abrogation of the Torah by the NT disqualify a Ben Noah?

Yes. See the Rambam you bring in the question.
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A non-Jew to recite Patakh Eliyahu

Yes, a non-Jew may learn and recite Patach Eliyahu. That section of Tikunei Zohar speaks of G-d's unity which is the foundation of being a Righteous Gentile. Although there is a general prohibition ...
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A non-Jew to recite Patakh Eliyahu

Interpreting "knows the use of it" as it's a prayer (Kisse Melekh to TZ 17a: "This long prayer, its explanation is bigger than the size of the earth, and is arranged in Hadrat Melekh ...
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