Welcome, Abraham’s Light aims to be a community where aspiring Noahide and Orthodox Jewish folk can connect, discuss and share thoughts. I believe gender equality was always a part of God/HaShem’s plan for humankind while still keeping all mitzvot but keep in mind, the all male writers of the Talmud (or Oral Law) have very often been misogynistic in defining Jewish traditions, mizvot, and interpretation of and Orthodox Jewry has adhered as such. Mitzvot will be revised in the coming age making men and women equal for outright misogyny has no place in the world to come. This will help bring us to true Torah directive as foretold in Jeremiah 31:30-33.
I realize the Orthodox already have connected communities but hope a few rabbis and other learned people who believe in gender equality and interpret mitzvot so will take part and help those wishing to become either Noahide or Orthodox feel welcome (please remember there are various trains of thought on Noahide so don’t insist yours is the only one). Some of you will prefer to go farther than others, some holding the basic tenets, some fully converting to Orthodox Jewry, and all points in between.
If you would like to see what I am hoping this movement to become please visit my sister site Herb Walsh End Times Prophecy and decide if you wish to be a part. I am just trying to fulfill the promise I made all those years ago to bring people back to the Father. May it grow “From a spark to a flame!”
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