Mission

The Institute of Noahide Code is an educational and research which encourage the practice of The Seven Laws of Noah.  

The Noahide laws are comprised of seven universal laws biblically binding upon all humanity. They include prohibitions against idolatry, blasphemy, forbidden sexual relationships including adultery and incest, murder, theft, cruelty to animals and the failure to implement orderly processes of justice. In 1991, a joint resolution of the United States congress called its principles "the bedrock of society from the dawn of civilization…” without which "the edifice of civilization stands in serious peril of returning to chaos".  

The Institute draws together Rabbis, lay leaders, scholars and educators to focus on current religious thinking within Judaism and Noahide laws and provides forums for dialogue to advance greater knowledge, understanding and harmony in Judaism and the Noahide practice.  

The growing participation of dialogue is also welcomed by the Institute. As members evaluate attitudes toward the universal laws of Noah, the Institute strives to foster the exploration of the major historical, philosophical and Halakah (Jewish law) issues on the frontier of Noahide practice/dialogue as these are formulated by Rabbis/scholars at the national and international levels.  

To achieve its goals, the Institute of Noahide Code develops programs and publications to help foster the practical adherence to the seven laws of Noah. The Institute also promotes independent research and serves as a vehicle for disseminating its findings to appropriate institutions and individuals around the world.

The Institute advertises publishes conference proceedings, lectures, monographs, and a semi-annual publication, INC Perspective, and also maintains a web site, and is a UN NGO http://www.noahide.org/, filled with a variety of articles pertaining to the Noahide concerns.  Please contact us....