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Shalom and Baruch HaShem!

I have a question related to the one asked a couple days ago by Chukot Noach and the insightful answer Rabbi Bernestein gave.

Concerning chassidic topics related to Noahides such as the unity of G-d, prayer, and other permitted areas of study, are Noahides allowed to read chassidic works such as the Likutey Moharan by Rebbe Nachman of Breslov? If so, may the Rabbis please share some guidance on how to go about this, such as avoiding certain sections which are irrelevant to non-Jews? I am aware we are also learning certain portions of the Tanya by Rebbe Schneur Zalman of Liadi as part of the course. May the rabbis please share similar insights into the process of how the parts were selected and deemed permitted for Noahide learning so we can better scrutinize what texts we might read on our own?

And on this topic, are Noahides permitted to read or learn from books which deal specifically with topics such as the principles of faith, the oneness of G-d, the messianic era/resurrection of the dead (like we learned in the lesson 2 weeks ago), prophecy, the authenticity of the Torah, good and evil, and the purpose of humanity such as Sefer Emunot V’Deot by Rabbi Saadia Gaon, Guide for the Perplexed and Hilchot Yesodei HaTorah by the Rambam, Sefer Ohr HaShem by Rabbi Hasdai Crescas, The Kuzari by Rabbi Yehudah HaLevi, Sefer HaIkkarim by Rabbi Yosef Albo, Sefer Milchamot HaShem by Rabbi Levi Ben Gershom, Sefer Daat Tevunot and Sefer Derech HaShem by Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto?

Or should the content of these works be reviewed on a chapter-by-chapter basis only reading parts which deal with permitted topics, and under the advisory of a Rabbi?

Todah Rabbah! Please forgive me if this is a lot to ask!

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