Other religions as Noahide
From the Jewish perspective, when non-Jews keep all of the laws entailed in the categories covered by the Seven Noahide commandments, then they have the halachic status of Faithful Bnei Noah. If they take upon themselves to observe these laws and live by them in the land of Israel, they become Resident Strangers (see Ger Toshav) amid the people of Israel. A Ger Tzedek is a person who prefers to proceed to religious conversion. Judaism does not proselytize, and a conversion is comfirmed only after much thought and deliberation. Once accepted, it is irreversible.
The term Noahide Belief is not the name of any specific religion but a term used to describe religions and cultures compliant with the Noahide Laws outside of Israel.
Below are listed the various major religions of the world and include discussion as the problems with these religions, and how they may or may not be disqualified as Noahide faiths.
- Christianity and Noahide Law
- Catholic Christianity and Noahide Law
- Protestant Christianity and Noahide Law
- Evangelical Christianity and Noahide Law
- Islam and Noahide Law
- Sunni Islam and Noahide Law
- Shiite Islam and Noahide Law
- Baha'i and Noahide Law
- Hindu and Noahide Law
- Buddhist and Noahide Law
- Shinto and Noahide Law
- Zoroastrian and Noahide Law
- Rastafarian and Noahide Law
- The 70 Gates - An attempt to define all seventy religions based on Rabbi Benemozegh's approach