Lubbock's B'nei Noach Website:
Derech HaShem: The Way of G-d
Questions? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Noahide Covenant: What the Bible teaches about the status of all men and women. Wholesome Faith without Jesus! The Noahidism is an extension of Orthodox Judaism (Biblical and Rabbinic Judaism). "Salvation" for gentiles apart from Christianity: All people on earth are Noahites, no matter what their religion is! Why not ask yourself this question: "Does my religion uphold to the standards of G-d?"
Why Jesus is not Messiah or G-d
Why the "Passion" is fiction and morally wrong
Jesus... ...Liar, Lunatic, or Pharisee?
Why did Jesus say that no Christian will enter heaven?
Would Jesus know today's modern Christian?
How does modern Christianity misguide you?
Why the New Testament is not Scripture
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Links to Noahite groups on the Web
Noahide Nations - a website to find a community near you
Ask Noah - a website for more information about Noahidism
Agudat B'nai Noach - Vendyl Jones' Noahite website - Arlington, Texas
Root & Branch Noahide
Noah's Covenant - Long Beach, California
Gal Einai - Israel
Chavurath B'nei Noach - Atlanta, Georgia
Emmanuel Study Center for B'nei Noach - Athens, Tennessee
Chavurath B'nai Noach - Ft.Worth, Texas
Rachav's B'nai Noah Page - Greater Melbourne/Victoria, Australia
Links to other sites on the Web
Messiah Truth Project: Exhaustive study against the religion of Christianity the New Testament, Christian Bible translations, and Church history. The study is with Christian and Jewish sources, as well as historical evidences and extra-religious documentation.
Resources, including books and articles published on the internet
Lubbock has a group called "The Hebraic Center" on Inler between 4th street and 19th street. It is on the right hand side going northbound on 179 next to a Baptist Church. It is almost by 4th Street. They meet at 9:30 AM Saturday mornings. Their address is 809 Inler. Rabbi Richman of the Temple Institute in the Old City of Jerusalem visits that group occasionally and he is their rabbi. Email me for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
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