Thank you for your replies.
I think that the lecture he gave was when he was rather advanced in years, shortly before his death but I couldn’t tell you which of his lectures it was. I was listening to several back to back at the time.
As I am given to understand Hall was a Christian and he was quoting from the Sermon on the Mount earlier in the same lecture.
Also, I do not believe he was speaking to an exclusively Jewish audience at the time.
I think his point was that if we are believers in the Creator and whether a man is Jewish, Christian or Muslim the Natural, Universal Law must have a point of commonality.
I don’t think that only the Torah being applied is being talked about here but as The Bible consists of The Tanakh,the Gospels and the writings of the disciples.
I think the point tat he was making was that the Torah must be applied in conjunction with the Gospel, if one is Christian.
Personally, I am muslim myself and have decided that the path I will follow is the application of Torah, Gospel and Quran together, while rejecting the Sunnah and Hadith.
I find this the most natural path as it is following the Light and Word that I perceive was sent.
However, I do recognize the ‘backbone’ of the Torah as it is confirmed by the Gospel and Quran.
If I had not perceived truth in the Quran, I would be a Christian who follows the Torah and Gospel without taking any of the Rabbinic Literature into account.
I understand that such things are personal beliefs, but I found it heartwarming to hear a christian preach the Torah and its application and a knowledgeable masonic Christian at that.
Thank you for your comments