The Seven Colors of the Rainbow: Torah Ethics for Non Jews. An Or l'amim Book. San Jose, CA: Resource Publications, 1995

Pp. 138, paper. Historically, Jews have not placed great emphasis on proselyting gentiles. Bindman argues that there is a biblical basis for this reluctance. The Torah, as the living source of truth, holds the key to the lives of all humanity, Jew and gentile alike. While Jews are to live according to the Law of Moses, Gentiles are subject to a yet more ancient and universal moral code, the Noachide covenant.