Adler, Rivkah Lambert. Ten From The Nations: Torah Awakening Among Non-Jews. Geula Watch Press, 2017.
Arush, Rabbi Shalom. Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody. The Universal Garden of Emuna. Chut Shel Chesed, 2015.
Bar-Ron, Rabbi Michael Shelomo. Guide for the Noahide. Springdale, Arkansas: Lightcatcher Books, 2010.
Bindman, Rabbi Yirmeyahu. The Seven Colors of the Rainbow: Torah Ethics for Non-Jews. Resource Publications, Inc., San Jose, California. 1995.
Clorfene, Chaim and David Katz. The World of the Ger. 2004.
Clorfene, Chaim and Yakov Rogalsky. The Path of the Righteous Gentile. Jerusalem, Israel: Feldheim Books, 1987. Second edition printed by CreateSpace, 2016.
Dallen, Michael Ellias. The Rainbow Covenant. Springdale, Arkansas:Lightcatcher Books, 2003.
Federow, Rabbi Stuart. Judaism and Christianity: A Contrast. Bloomington, IN: iUniverse, 2012.
Feld, Rabbi Avraham and OvadYah Avrahami. Jewish Secrets Hidden in the New Testament: The growing global Torah revolution. Eldad Publishers, Jerusalem. 2013.
Ginsburgh, Rabbi Yitzchak. Kabbalah and Meditation for the Nations. Gal Einai, Jerusalem. 2007.
Greenberg, Blu. How To Run A Traditional Jewish Household. Touchstone. 1985.
Katz, David. Laws of Ger Toshav: Pious of the Nations. Printed by CreateSpace, 2017.
Katz, David. Soul Mazal: Classic Torah Commentary for Bnei Noach. Printed by CreateSpace, 2016.
Lichtenstein, Aaron. The Seven Laws of Noah. Brooklyn, NY: Z Berman Books, 1995 (3rd edition)
Lichtman, Rabbi Moshe D. Eretz Yisrael in the Parashah: Essays on the centrality of the Land of Israel in the Torah. Torat Zion, 2006.
Lode, Britt. The Light from Zion: Revealing Hidden Paths of the Kingdom. Gefen Publishing, Jerusalem. 2016.
Moskoff, Harry H. The A.R.K. Report: The Ark of the Covenant and the Tunnels of Israel. Printed by CreateSpace, 2014.
Parfitt, Tudor and Netanel Fisher. Becoming Jewish: New Jews and Emerging Jewish Communities in a Globalized World. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2016.
Schwartz, Rabbi Yoel. A Light Unto the Nations. Jerusalem, Israel: Yeshivat D’var Yerushalayim, 1988 (out of print)
Shaffier, Miiko. Learn To Read Hebrew in 6 Weeks. Shefer Publishing, 2016.
Singer, Rabbi Tovia. Let’s Get Biblical (Volume I and II). Forest Hills, NY: Outreach Judaism, 2014.
Telushkin, Rabbi Joseph. Biblical Literacy: The Most Important People, Events, and Ideas of the Hebrew Bible. William Morrow, 2002.
Telushkin, Rabbi Joseph. Jewish Literacy: The Most Important Things to Know About the Jewish Religion, Its People, and Its History. William Morrow, 2008
Trugman, Rabbi Avraham Arieh. Orchard of Delights. Menucha Publishers, 2011.
Trugman, Rabbi Avraham Arieh. Prophecy and Divine Inspiration. Menucha Publishers, 2015.
Websites and Learning Programs
Alpha Beta Offers animated Torah courses and lectures for adults. Fee-based but first two videos are free.
Aish.com Judaism 101 resources
Artscroll publisher of the popular Stone Edition Chumash and the Artscroll siddur. These books come in many formats and feature classic rabbinic commentary on the Five Books of Moses and on Jewish prayers in Hebrew and English.
Breaking Israel News The latest news from a Biblical perspective
Chabad – A comprehensive website explaining Jewish practice, Jewish values, parsha and much more
Gal Einai – The website of Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh who advocates teaching Torah to the Nations. This site is probably not the best match for absolute beginners, though it contains a section called Kabbalah for Beginners.
Get Soul Strong The world’s first Universal Torah interactive learning portal
HebCal – Customize, print and download a calendar of Jewish holidays
Holy Land Moments – You can subscribe to receive daily devotional and Hebrew word of the day from the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews
Israel365.com Your daily connection to the Land of Israel
Judaism 101 – Also know as JewFAQ – an online encyclopedia of Judaism, covering Jewish beliefs, people, places, things, language, Scripture, holidays, practices and customs
Ohr Chadash – The educational website of Rabbi Avraham Arieh and Rachel Trugman who have a special sensitivity towards teaching Torah to people from the Nations.
Netiv – An education center whose Torah classes are geared toward a non-Jewish audience.
Rabbi David Aaron – Although Rabbi Aaron’s teachings are directed towards Jews, he addresses himself to finding answers to our big questions, including the nature of God. Find videos, books, podcasts and more on his website.
Root Source Israeli Jews teaching Christians worldwide
TeNak Talk – William Hall hosts Torah teachers who are experienced in teaching Torah to non-Jews. Torah Talk Weekly Parsha is especially recommended.
TheIsraelBible.com The world’s first Bible to highlight the Land of Israel, the People of Israel and the unique relationship between them
The Ark with Rabbi Pinchas Taylor Open to and encouraged for non-Jews who seek spiritual growth through the wisdom of Jewish thought
The Land of Israel Network Broadcasting the truth and beauty of Israel to the world
TorahAnytime Offers tens of thousands of recorded Torah classes
Torah School for the Nations Face-to-face Torah classes designed specifically for people from the Nations, taught in the Jerusalem area during Passover, Shavuot and Sukkot plus short videos.
Web Yeshiva offers live and fully interactive courses and also individual Torah tutors. Certain courses are also open to people of other faiths.
Yeshiva for the Nations Study the Bible with Jewish rabbis in an online academy that offers authentic Torah classes designed for non-Jews.