Seven Codes

The seven Noahide laws — 1. To establish courts of justice, 2. Not to curse God’s name, 3. Not to worship idols, 4. Not to commit adultery or sexual immorality, 5. Not to commit murder, 6. Not to steal, 7. Not to eat flesh torn from a living animal. (Sanhedrin 56a) — do not command one to worship a deity or practice a religion. In reliance on behavioral psychology and functional sociology, a novel interpretation examines how the codes would improve the global ‘fertility capital.’
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