Frequently Asked Questions
No, there is scriptural support for this. See: The Seven laws of Noah.
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The video above is a great informative watch even if you didn't have this question.
Yes, it was an eternal covenant between God and Noah's descendants. Genesis 8:21-22, Genesis 9:9, Genesis 9:12, Genesis 9:15. For more information, check out these interesting articles:
Please see Sin and Atonement.
We love everyone. However, we don't always agree. You might find these testimonies interesting:
Why not! That's an excellent question. Maybe I don't want to. Maybe I just can't give up those tasty shrimps. The point is that there is no particular reason to convert to Judaism. God's plan for Noah was not the Torah. It was the seven Noachide laws. There is however, the general idea that from Abraham to Noah there was a general failure for the Noachide laws to take hold in world human culture. In that sense Abraham can be seen as (and in fact certainly was) the beginning of a new covenant, and a new people, which culminated with the formation of Israel at Sinai.
So hey if you want to convert go right ahead, but no one is forcing you (not even God). If you are interested though, see the next question, “What if I just want to be Jewish anyways though?”
Sure, you can do that if you really want to. See: Conversion for resources on conversion to Judaism.
No one knows what any particular person thinks, but you might find these videos interesting. You will see there is a huge variation.
Scriptural support is often requested because the person asking isn't aware that the laws are listed plainly in Genesis 8 and 9, and also referenced throughout the bible. Please see The Seven Laws of Noah for information on this question.
Because you already are.
You might be interested in Conversion Testimonies. But in general, we are not here to convert anyone, only to provide information.
Oh you mean why are Noachides important? Why the big deal?
No. Warning, this is a very important topic to understand for Noachides! Please do watch these videos.
Some videos might help. But this kind of thing is never easy.
I don't know if these all qualify as “Noachide” jokes, but at least they're originals.
Q: Why aren't Jews allowed to eat Pork?
A: Because of the sin of Ham.
A man dies and goes to heaven. He is greeted by Joseph Smith, who hands him a small harp and welcomes him inside the gate. The man remarks – Mormons, who knew? And Joseph Smith says No no, this is my punishment. I'm not allowed in.
The next guy steps up. “Welcome to heaven, here's your harp….”