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Noahides going to Shul (Synagogue)

Michael Dolan (above) said he got this answer from a Rabbi: "Synagogues are intended for Jewish worshipers, so is not appropriate for non-Jews to attend."

This is a particular problem for me because this is how I feel that most people feel. It's difficult for me to be a Noahide because I have no place to 'lay my hat' (so to speak). No place to worship and no place to fellowship. This also means that my children (should I have them) will also have no such place.

I feel like: Yeshayahu (Isaiah) 56:3 - Now let not the foreigner who joined the L-rd, say, "The L-rd will surely separate me from His people," ..... (continued)

It's very lonely here and while there is a need to be seperate I think some (if not most) have forgotten about the foreigner. Part of me is hesitant to say this yet the other part feels like most people probably feel the same way.

Is there a question here? Yes, why are things this way?

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RE: Noahides going to Shul (Synagogue) - by Randy - 04-24-2008, 03:05 PM

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