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Is There a Universal Religion?

By Rabbi Moshe Perets

Significance of Commandments: Rabbi's Discussion

The Rabbi discussed the significance of the commandments as the universal connection between humanity and the Creator. He highlighted that all human beings, not just the Jews, have 7 details or commandments to this connection with the Creator. He further explained that the Torah, the revelation of Hashem, is the only unique revelation that has taken place in the history of humankind.

Worshipping the Opposite of Life

He warned against worshipping the opposite of life, which he stated is what many proclaiming themselves as religious individuals do.

Third Commandment: Rabbi's Condemnation of False Worship and New Religions

Rabbi discussed the third commandment, emphasizing the importance of not worshiping anything within the created realm, including animals, trees, or fantasy, as it would be a lie and a self-justification. He also condemned the new religions like Islam and Christianity as self-fulfilling fantasies, and stated that governments should not accept their practices. He proposed that mosques and churches should be transformed into public libraries and community spaces, and that courts should be established based on seven fundamental laws.

Seven Commandments: Preserving Life, Justice, and Respect

The Rabbi discussed the Seven Commandments and their implications. He explained that the fourth commandment is about preserving life and not killing, while the fifth is about not indulging in forbidden relations, including adultery and homosexuality. The sixth commandment refers to proper treatment of animals and respecting nature, and the seventh is about respecting others' property and understanding divine justice. Rabbi also mentioned the second commandment, which forbids the creation of man-made religions. He concluded that these commandments provide a universal path for humanity.

  1. To Believe in the One True G-d, The G-d of Israel

  2. To Honor G-d

  3. To Respect Human Life

  4. To Respect Family Unity

  5. To Respect Others Property

  6. To Respect All Living Creatures

  7. To Live According to the Torah's Divine Revelation and Social Laws.

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Next Steps

• Join the Noahide Academy of Israel for lectures on the 7 Universal Commandments on Sunday.

• Spread awareness about the 7 Universal Commandments to others.

• Consider giving charity to proper institutions that promote the teaching of the 7 Universal Commandments:

• Learn more about the 7 Universal Commandments and study them regularly:

By Rabbi Moshe Perets


Rabbi Moshe Perets is the President of the Noahide Academy of Israel, Founder and Executive Director of, the world’s largest Noahide informational website. He accomplished his Rabbinical Studies at the Chabad Yeshiva and his medical studies at the University of Louvain in Brussels, Belgium.

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