The Children of Noah

@article{Feldman2018TheCO,
  title={The Children of Noah},
  author={Rachel Z. Feldman},
  journal={Nova Religio},
  year={2018}
}
Today, nearly 2,000 Filipinos consider themselves members of the “Children of Noah,” a new Judaic faith that is growing into the tens of thousands worldwide as ex-Christians encounter forms of Jewish learning online. Under the tutelage of Orthodox Jewish rabbis, Filipino “Noahides,” as they call themselves, study Torah, observe the Sabbath, and passionately support a form of messianic Zionism. Filipino Noahides believe that Jews are a racially superior people, with an innate ability to access… 
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