August 15, 2006

Benai Noach

Filed under: Website Kvetching — Reb Moshe @ 12:55 am

I need you guys to remind me to make an entire section to teach about Benai Noach. I made once a site for anti-missionary and I got to tell you that it almost broke me to pieces to work in these lines, seeing first hand how misleading these people are. I did save a few people over the years from such cluches of evil but I decided my real angle should be to simply mekariv. If I have to go into these lines, I do but I just don’t go after the work. At the same time, I just realized how important it is for me to teach more about Benai Noach as I get 100 emails a month from non-Jews who are curious and fall in love with the site and I have nowhere to send them. If you see this post in a week or two, give me a email reminder. k?


  1. The Jews for J.C. claims 400,000 “Jews” , and 24 million dollar a year budget. They’ve only been around 30 years. I think alot of this idle worshiping is due to inter-marriage, and the lack of jewish outreach.

    Comment by Anoch — August 15, 2006 @ 5:09 am

  2. P.S. The out-reach must be to jews, we must educate them, before they are hypnotized, and fall prey to idle worshipers.
    Once they are converted you can not deprogram them, they twist everything in the torah, they focus on certain stripture and leave others out, it’s as though they’re posessed by an evil spirit.
    They must be all over the place in Jerusalam.

    Comment by Anoch — August 15, 2006 @ 5:22 am

  3. I am concerned about these issues also. We had a couple here in Colorado, USA, who had an article in the paper about their “home” in Israel, during the war. I read it with great interest at first, thinking that I was reading about a local jewish family who had gone home to Israel. Then at the end of the article, the reported stated that these people were returning to Israel to “miniter” to the Jews in Northern Israel….UGH! That is when I realized they were from one of these messianc groups. Such a dissapointment.

    You know, I find it hard to reconcile that they use the term “minister”, when the truth is, as you have stated, they are hell bent on “converting” Jews. Haven’t we had enough of this in the past? I mean, this has been going on for almost 2000 years, and these conversions to Christianity have always been through the use of force and/or falshood.

    I’m not sure how to help, but I do know what I tell Christians, whom I meet, as an explanation for why I am not Christian, and it always involves an in-depth look at the Torah and Hebrew. I’ve been told that the arguments I present have, from time to time, converted a few Christians… 😉

    Comment by Shaun — August 21, 2006 @ 11:40 pm

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