(luki notes-noahide buzzwords consistent in rabbinic "dialogue" include, morality, values, ethics, education, peace.......just to name a few.....)http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/03/theyre-making-their-move.html
Thursday, March 22, 2007
Papal Commission Promotes Noahide Laws
EDITOR'S NOTE: Now we see where all of this dialogue with the rabbis
has been leading. Here is a document produced by a joint committee of the Papal Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of "Israel" which promotes the rabbi-fabricated Noahide Laws and which outrageously suggests that these laws have a Biblical basis, not only in the Old Testament, but in the New Testament as well. Out of thin air, the pretext is drawn for adoption of Noahide Laws by Christians
Also note that the meeting convened on the eleventh
day of the month and also the fact that this promotion of Noahide Law is the product of the seventh
meeting of the joint commission (there are seven Noahide Laws). This is plain Kabbalism.
More information on the Noahide Laws can be found here:http://mauricepinay.blogspot.com/2007/03/chabad-lubavitch-rabbi-to-congress.html
Jewish-Catholic Commission Meeting Report
Poses a Serious Threat to Humanity"
ROME, MARCH 20, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Here is the text of the conclusions from the bilateral commission meeting of the Catholic and Jewish delegations dedicated to improving relations between the two religions
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The Delegation of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and the Chief Rabbinate of Israel's Delegation for Relations with the Catholic Church
-- Bilateral Commission Meeting,Jerusalem
, March 11-13, 2007; Adar 21-23, 5767
1. At the seventh meeting of the above commission, held in Jerusalem
, the chairmen Cardinal Jorge Mejía and Chief Rabbi Shear Yashuv Cohen noted the significance of the number seven
within the biblical tradition as indicating fullness and maturity. They expressed the hope that the fullness of the relationship
between the Catholic and the Jewish members of this commission will be a source of blessing to both faith communities and the world at large.
Cardinal Mejía also noted the recent passing of Cardinal Johannes Willebrands former president of the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews and a central figure in the historic transformation in Catholic-Jewish relations. May his memory always be for us a blessing.
2. The subject of the meeting was the "Freedom of Religion and Conscience and its Limits." The human capacity to choose is a manifestation of the divine image in which all people are created (cf. Gen 1:26-27) and is foundational for the biblical concept of human responsibility and divine justice (cf. Deut 30:19).
3. God has created the human person as a social being which, by definition, places limits on individual human freedom.
Moreover freedom of choice is derived from God and therefore is not absolute, but must reflect divine will and law
. Accordingly human beings are called to freely obey the divine will as manifested in Creation and in his revealed word.Jewish tradition emphasizes the Noachide Covenant (cf. Gen 9:9-12) as containing the universal moral code which is incumbent on all humanity. This idea is reflected in Christian scripture in the book of Acts 15:28-29.
4. Accordingly the idea of moral relativism
is antithetical to this religious worldview and poses a serious threat to humanity. Even though the Enlightenment helped bring about a purification from the abuse of religion, secular society still requires religious foundations to sustain lasting moral values
. Critical among these is the principal of the sanctity of human life and dignity. Ethical
monotheism affirms these as inviolable human rights and therefore can provide inspiration in this regard for society at large.
5. While on principle
the state should not at all limit freedom of religion for individuals and communities nor of moral
conscience, it has the responsibility to guarantee the wellbeing and security of society. Accordingly it is obliged to intervene
wherever and whenever a threat is posed by the promotion, teaching or exercise of violence and specifically terrorism and psychological manipulation in the name of religion.
6. In addition to respecting the freedom of religious choices, the integrity of faith communities should also be guaranteed. Accordingly it is legitimate for a society with a predominant religious identity to preserve its character, as long as this does not limit the freedom of minority communities
and individuals to profess their alternative religious commitments, nor to limit their full civil rights and status as citizens, individuals and communities. This obliges us all to safeguard the integrity and dignity of holy sites, places of worship and cemeteries of all religious communities.
7. In the course of history, religious communities have not always been faithful to these values
. Therefore there is a special obligation upon religious leaders and communities to prevent the improper use of religion and to educate
towards respect for diversity which is essential in order to ensure a healthy, stable and peaceful society.
n this regard, there is a special role for families, schools and the authorities of state and society as well as the media to impart these values
to future generations.
In conclusion the bilateral commission having met in the Holy City of Jerusalem
, expressed the prayer that the Almighty would bless and inspire both religious and political leaders in the region and beyond, to work determinedly to promote peace, dignity, security and tranquility in the Holy Land for all its peoples and for the world as a whole.Jerusalem
March 13, 2007 -- Adar 23, 5767Chief Rabbi
Shear Yashuv Cohen
(Chairman of the Jewish Delegation)Chief Rabbi
Ratson ArussiChief Rabbi
Yossef AzranChief Rabbi
David BrodmanChief Rabbi
Mr. Oded Wiener
Jorge Cardinal Mejía
(Chairman of the Catholic Delegation)
Cardinal Georges Cottier
Archbishop Antonio Ortega Franco
Archbishop Elias Chacour
Bishop Giacinto-Boulos Marcuzzo
Monsignor Pier Francesco Fumagalli
Father Norbert J. Hofmann S.D.B.http://www.zenit.org/english/visualizza.phtml?sid=104933
[The Sanhedrin] hopes to impose Jewish law on the Jewish people and the seven "Noahide" laws
-- prohibitions on theft, murder, blasphemy and others, based on Jewish teaching -- on Gentile nations
A ... goal of the ... Sanhedrin's efforts in regard to the Noahide community, is to "transform the Noahide movement from a religious phenomenon - a curiosity many have not heard of - into a powerful international movement
that can successfully compete with, and with G-d's help bring about the fall of, any (other) religious movement ..."http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/90646