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Noahides going to Shul (Synagogue)
If a Noahide is listening to a recorded lesson on Torah, Talmud or Tanya or other works, and the speaker recites a prayer prior to beginning the lesson, should a Noahide reply with "Amein" when the Jews in the class do?
If the Noahide does NOT understand what the blessing SAYS (the exact words), should he or she reply with "Amein" in that case? (Assume the Noahide understands it is (probably) the standard prayer a Jew recites before studying Torah).
If a Jew is reciting the blessing for wine, but the Noahide has no wine and is not going to sip any when the prayer is finished (or any other such instance when the Noahide is not going to enjoy the same blessing the prayer is concerning), should the Noahide reply with "Amein"?

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RE: Noahides going to Shul (Synagogue) - by Randy - 04-24-2008, 03:05 PM
RE: Noahides going to Shul (Synagogue) - by Mattityahu ben Noach - 11-26-2010, 07:02 PM

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