Informal translation from Hebrew of the 9 Nisan, 5768 (14 April 2008) statement:
Acceptance by the People of the World of the Obligatory Nature of their Seven CommandmentsWell known are the words of the Rambam regarding the requirement to compel all of the nations to accept the Seven Commandments of B’nei Noach:
- “And thus Moses our teacher commanded us of G-d’s word to compel all people to accept all of the commandments that Noah was commanded.” (Mishneh Torah Laws of Kings 8:10)
This obligation is the basis for a wide field of activities which occupies the Sanhedrin, when in the framework of this activity, the Sanhedrin serves as a central international body which acts to guide and direct B’nei Noach worldwide.
The following are some activities, some one-time, others ongoing, in which the Sanhedrin has acted and continues to act in the last few years.
B’nei Noach Convention
On the 9th of Tevet, 5766, representatives of groups of B’nei Noach from the USA gathered for a foundational convention which took place in Jerusalem, in which they officially pledged, in front of a Sanhedrin forum, to observe the Seven Laws of B’nei Noach which they are commanded to keep. (The need to accept the Commandments of B’nei Noach in front of a Sanhedrin forum was in able to satisfy the approaches by which it is not enough for a Gentile to accept by himself the obligation to the commandments, but rather it must be done in front of a Torah Court) Obviously, the convention was preceded by a large amount of logistical arrangements, some of which included locating the groups of B’nei Noach across the USA, and remaining in contact with the groups’ representatives, with complete coordination with the other groups. The convention left a strong impression on the participants, and now the convention serves as a cornerstone for continual direction connection – for the sake of guidance and direction, for groups of B’nei Noach across the USA.
What about those who hold “that person” is messiah?
Question: What about those who hold “that person” is messiah?
People who hold that he is not and was not any part of a divinity, but still holds that he was a messiah.
Answer: It is the opinion of Rabbi Schwartz that a person who believes that “that man” was a messiah is not transgressing any prohibition. However the issue is as follows: someone who believes that “that man” was a messiah seems to be only partly disassociating himself from full christianity, and there is a problem of what is meant by the term “messiah”. Is the messiah a “divine messenger” to “save” the world. Now when I say “a divine messenger” I mean someone – otherwise normal human being – sent by “the divinity” as a messenger. It seems that some people mean “a person with divine attributes”!
An issue which could be seen as semantic becomes of major consequence.
The decision of Rabbi Schwartz is therefore that in the beis din over which he presides he will not accept declarations of people with christian background if they think that “that man” was a messiah. This DOES NOT MEAN that the declaration of such a person before any [other] beis din is valueless. Perhaps another beis din will be satisfied that the person before them is bona fide in acceptance of the totally non-divinity of “that man”. They may accept the declaration, and it will be fully valid.
Talmud Bavli the Filth of the anti-Christ Jews Unholy books
Sanhedrin Tract 57A.
|R. Joseph said, The scholars23 stated: A heathen is executed for the violation of three precepts — Mnemonic G Sh R—24 viz., adultery, bloodshed, and blasphemy. R. Shesheth objected: Now bloodshed is rightly included, since it is written, Whoso sheddeth the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed;25 but whence do we know the others? If they are derived from bloodshed,26 the other four should also be included; whilst if their inclusion is taught by the extending phrase any man,27 should not idolatry too be included?28 But R. Shesheth said thus: The scholars stated, A heathen is executed for the violation of four precepts [including idolatry]. But is a heathen executed for idolatry? Surely it has been taught: With respect to idolatry, such acts for which a Jewish court decrees sentence of death [on Jewish delinquents] are forbidden to the heathen. This implies that they are merely forbidden, but their|
|violation is not punished by death! — R. Nahman b. Isaac answered: Their prohibition is their death sentence.29|
(Also be sure to see what the SinaiGOG of Satans, Chabad has to say. May no Mistake, these Vipers will rid the world of those True Christ Jesus the Lord GOD Almighty believers.)
Penalty’s Correspondence To Transgression
One or another way of death penalty can be used strictly for sin corresponding to it. Babylonian Talmud explains the only way of death penalty is used for peoples of the world for infringement upon Seven Laws is that with sword. Where does it come from? Since it’s written in Tora (Bereshit 9:6): “One who sheds the blood of man, in man shall his blood be shed.” In man – that is by man. It’s written regarding No Bloodshed, but, according to Tradition, this is the only way of the death penalty used both for infringement upon all other Six Laws, as far as Scripture doesn’t mention any other death regarding Noah Descendants (Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Sanhedrin 56a).
(Keep in mind that those who will be “secretly Raptured” into the arms of Moshiach will have a temporary stay…but an eternal torture. Good Luck with All of that, RP)