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Here are some websites (though I cannot vouch for their authenticity): are two excellent books on the topic: "Path of the Righteous Gentile" by Chaim Clorfene and Yakov Rogalsky "Seven Colors of the Rainbow" by Rabbi Yirmeyahu Bindman You will also enjoy this interview with someone who faithfully follows the Laws of Noah: com/jw/s/80405497May the Almighty grant you blessings and success in your spiritual search.
I don’t think I am up for this at this stage in my life.
Is there some way to tap into the Torah wisdom without being part of the Jewish people? A person does not need to become Jewish to reach high spiritual levels, establish a relationship with God, and earn a reward in the world to come.
Enoch "walked with God" and Noah had quite a high level of relationship, though neither were Jewish.
Our tradition is that all of the 70 nations must function together and play an integral part in that "being" called humanity. Maimonides explains that any human being who faithfully observes these laws earns a proper place in heaven.
I love the Jewish people and have enjoyed reading the many spiritual thoughts on your website.I want to draw closer to God, but from what I’ve read it is a very big commitment to convert.The Torah presents seven mitzvot for non-Jews to observe. So you see, the Torah is for all humanity, no conversion necessary.These seven laws are the pillars of human civilization, and are named the "Seven Laws of Noah," since all humans are descended from Noah. As well, when King Solomon built the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, he specifically asked God to heed the prayer of non-Jews who come to the Temple (1-Kings -43).As explained in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 58b), they are: 1) Do not murder. In fact, the Talmud says that if the Romans would have realized how much they were benefiting from the Temple, they never would have destroyed it!
Today, there are many active groups of non-Jews called "Bnei Noach" who faithfully observe the Seven Laws of Noah.