In the Name of HASHEM, G-d Eternal
In the Name of HASHEM, G-d Eternal

Authentic Halakhah (law) & Minhagh (custom)

Our Total Non-Affiliation with “Dor De`ah”

b’Shem HASHEM El `olam To Whomever It May Concern: The following statement is made with no intention to neither insult nor defame anyone, but purely in the defense of Torah truth.  Moreover, we in no way infer any bad intentions on anyone’s part.  Our protest is not against people, but against actions and statements made [...]

Reclaiming Our Holiness In The Internet Age

“YOU SHALL NOT GO ASTRAY AFTER YOUR HEART AND AFTER YOUR EYES” (Num. 15:39) Mori Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron, Tishre 5771 (September 2010) Note to non-Jews: The following article applies to Jews according to the high standard demanded of us by God, as his appointed nation of priests. (Ex. 19:6) None of the Torah or rabbinical [...]

The Clothes Make the Man of God

Mori Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron This is the week of TeSawweh (that’s Tetzaveh for the un-initiated in ancient Hebrew pronunciation) – the Torah portion about sacred clothing, the clothing that would distinguish the Kohen-priests, particularly the High Priest, in their sacred duties. It is also the week I was interviewed by Tamar Yonah (a true honor) [...]

Interview with Mori Michael S. Bar-Ron on Arutz 7 Radio

In the Name of HASHEM, God Eternal 2 Heshwan 5770 (20 October 2009) In the spirit of parashath NoaH 5770, Jeremy Gimpel and Ari Abramowitz interviewed me on their radio show, “A Light Unto the Nations” regarding the launch of my new book, “Guide For the Noahide” and surprised me with a question regarding my work to restore the Abir/Qesheth Hebrew Warrior Arts.  [...]

The Meaning of Real Teshuvah to the ‘Berith’ (Covenant): Torath Moshe

  Rosh ha-Shanah and Yom Kippur present us with the opportunity not merely to return to galuth (exile)-Judaism as it is commonly practiced, but to go further, to return to our Berith –our actual Covenant– with HaShem. That means, or course, His sacred laws according to the authentic living Oral instruction, faithfully passed down through the ages, and codified by our Sages of blessed memory.   In this [...]

The 14 Fundamental Principles of our Torah Tradition

Torah is a G-d-given constitutional law whose 613 Commandments are eternal and can never be changed. Even the domains of ethics, spirituality, and the basic principles of faith are included within the Commandments.