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i have just found out about this law.just started to research it. what i have found in Not Good for Christians that Believe Jesus is God in the flesh.if anyone has more info on this law i would like to see it. thanks For Jews, the belief that God can be human is the ultimate heresy.
— Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, on Christianity (7)
Minuth — Heresy, the belief in more than one Power, especially Judeo-Christianity.
— Soncino Talmud Glossary
Gentiles Executed for Violating Noahide Laws
Here the rabbis argue and decide that heathens are put to death for idolatry, and any other violation of the Seven Laws, as well:
GEMARA. … With respect to idolatry, such acts for which a Jewish court decrees sentence of death [on Jewish delinquents] are forbidden to the heathen. This implies that they are merely forbidden, but their violation is not punished by death! - R. Nahman b. Isaac answered: Their prohibition is their death sentence.
R. Huna, Rab Judah, and all the disciples of Rab maintained: A heathen is executed for the violation of the seven Noachian laws; the Divine Law having revealed this of one [murder], it applies to all.
The translator, Rabbi Dr. H. Freedman, amplifies the text in a footnote:
I.e., in speaking of heathens, when the Tanna teaches that they are forbidden to do something, he ipso facto teaches that it is punishable by death; for only in speaking of Jews is it necessary to distinguish between prohibition and punishment.
— Rabbi Dr. H. Freedman Unbeknownst to most Americans, the US Congress has been gradually changing the fundamentals of American law. The movement for change started as early as 1975, when Congress passed a resolution honoring the birthday of a prominent rabbi, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, ("the Rebbe") of the Chabad Lubavitch sect (sometimes this sect is called "ultra-Orthodox"). The movement ratcheted forward in 1991, when Congress coupled Rabbi Schneerson's happy birthday message with a declaration that the United States of America was founded on the seven Noahide Laws. http://www.come-and-hear.com/editor/america_1.htmlhttp://www.chabad.org/therebbe/article_cdo/aid/142535/jewish/The-Rebbe-and-President-Reagan.htm