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Noahide Fellowship

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Rabbi Moshe Perets
Rabbi
Founder & Director

The belief in the One True God is a fundamental aspect of Noahide theology within Judaism. According to the Noahide laws, which are considered a set of ethical and moral imperatives for all of humanity, the first and foremost principle is the recognition and worship of the singular, transcendent God.

In the context of Judaism for Noahides, the belief in the One True God involves several key principles:

  1. Monotheism: Central to Noahide belief is the affirmation of the absolute oneness of God. Unlike polytheistic beliefs, Noahides adhere to the concept of monotheism, acknowledging that there is only one true and indivisible God.

  2. Creator of the Universe: Noahides recognize God as the Creator of the universe, acknowledging His role in bringing the world into existence and sustaining it. This belief emphasizes a personal and direct relationship between humanity and the Creator.

  3. Transcendence and Immanence: Noahides understand God as both transcendent, beyond the limits of the physical world, and immanent, intimately involved in the affairs of human beings. This duality allows for a profound and multifaceted understanding of the Divine.

  4. Omnipotence, Omniscience, and Benevolence:  Noahides believe in God's absolute power, knowledge, and benevolence. God is seen as all-powerful, all-knowing, and inherently good. This belief forms the basis for trust and reliance on God's guidance and providence.

  5. Revelation: Noahides recognize God's communication with humanity through various means, including the universal moral code and ethical principles outlined in the Noahide laws. While they may not follow the detailed commandments given specifically to the Jewish people, Noahides derive their ethical and moral guidance from these broader principles.

  6. Prayer and Worship: Noahides express their belief in the One True God through prayer and worship. While their religious practices may differ from those of Jews, the essence of their worship is directed towards the same God.

Overall, the belief in the One True God is a foundational principle for Noahides within the broader context of Jewish theology. It shapes their worldview, ethical framework, and spiritual practices, fostering a deep sense of connection to the Divine and a commitment to righteous living.

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