The World of the Ger

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The World of the Ger introduces the inner dimension of the Seven Laws of the Children of Noah. These are the parables, stories, historical narratives, and mystical teachings that reveal the ancient heritage and spiritual identity of the Noahide Ger, the righteous Gentile who rejects idolatry and follows the Torah. 

On these pages, the reader will encounter great Noahide souls – Shem the son of Noah, founder of the world’s first yeshiva, whose students included Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob; Jethro the venerable father-in-law of Moses who established the Jewish court system; Aravna the Jebusite king who sold the Temple Mount to King David in the name of all Israel; the Queen of Sheba who brought millions of her subjects to observe the Torah as righteous Gentiles. 

The World of the Ger is an expression of a worldwide re-awakening to the Covenant of the Ancients. The nations of the world are being redeemed from 2000 years of spiritual exile and placed on a true path that leads to Jerusalem and the Holy Temple.

Rabbi David Katz received Othododox rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Zalman Nehemiah Goldberg in Jerusalem and has become a leading rabbi to the Noahides with classes and articles seen and heard throughout the world. He is the founder of the Torah Academy of Shem and Eber in the holy city of Tzfat, Israel. 

Rabbi Chaim Clorfene is co-author of The Path of the Righteous Gentile, the book that introduced the Seven Laws of Noah to the English-speaking public in 1987 and remains the classic guide to the Noahide Laws. In The World of the Ger, Rabbi Clorfene explores the wisdom of the ancients, the primordial Torah for the Jew and the Gentile seeking enlightenment in a world confused by darkness.

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