An analysis of John chapter 3 and the concept of being ""born again"" from a historical Orthodox Jewish perspective.
Check out my video ""A Christian becomes a Jew.""
My choice to join the people of Israel was not an issue of salvation or eternal life. The Torah (Law of Moses) is only fully applicable to the people of Israel and those who voluntarily join them. All other peoples of the world are obligated in what are known as the Laws of Noah.
REMEMBER: The most paramount command among the Laws of Noah is the command against idolatry.
No factors of creation (time/spatiality/change, parts, etc...) apply to the Creator. He is an Incomparable Singularity, to Whose Oneness no form or concept of division can apply. His glory, prayer, and praise from the heart are due to Him ALONE.
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