Shemot 12:49 "There shall be one law for the native and for the proselyte who sojourns among you."
VaYikra 24:22 "You shall have one law for the proselyte and for the native; for I am Hashem your G-d."
BaMidbar 15:16 "One law and one ordinance shall be for you and for the proselyte who sojourns with you."
The above passages are referring to a CONVERT, not a non-Jew nor one who says they are Yisrael yet have not properly converted.
Shemot 12:43 Hashem said to Moshe and Aharon, "This is the degree of the Pesach-offering: any stranger may not eat from it.
"Any stranger may not eat from it"....the stranger [non-Jew] and including one who knowingly rejects all, or even part, of the Torah (Gur Aryeh)...i.e., the Jew who is meshumad.
Shemot 12:44 "Every slave of a man, who was bought for money, you shall circumcise him; then he may eat of it. 45 A sojourner [resident-alien]
and a hired laborer may not eat of it."
resident-alien is one who has accepted the 7 Universal Laws as binding - a
Noachide (Avodah Zarah
64b). Only such a non-Jew may be a resident in
These may NOT eat from the Pesach offering because they are not converts (proselytes).
Shemot 12:46 "In one house shall it be eaten; you shall not remove any of the meat from the house to the outside, and you shall not break a bone in it. 47 The entire assembly of Yisrael shall perform it. 48 When a proselyte sojourns among you he shall make the Pesach-offering for Hashem, each of his males shall be circumcised, and then he may draw near and perform it and he shall be like the native of the land; no uncircumcised male may eat of it. 49 One law shall there be for the native and the proselyte who lives among you."
"And he shall be like the native of the land"..i.e. like a Jew from birth because he is a proselyte--a convert. Just as a Jew brings the offering on Nissan 14, so too the convert brings it only on Nissan 14. (Mechilta)
"One law shall there be for the native and the proselyte"...this verse is written to equate a convert with a born Jew in keeping the korban Pesach and the additional mitzvot.
VaYikra 24:22 "There shall be one law for you, it shall be for proselyte and native alike, for I, Hashem, am your G-d."
BaMidbar 15:14 "When a proselyte sojourns with you or one who is among you through out your generations and he shall prepare a fire-offering, a satisfying aroma to Hashem - as you do, so shall he do. 15 For the congregation - the same decree shall be for you and for the proselyte who sojourns, an eternal decree for your generations; like you like the proselyte shall it be before Hashem. 16 One teaching and one judgment shall be for you and for the proselyte who sojourns among you."
Meaning...like the Jew so shall the convert be. These passages makes it clear that there is a distinction between a Jew, a Noachide. Only the Convert is to observe the same laws as a Jew because when he/she converts they are as if born Jewish..."There is no difference between you and us" (Mamonides).
It would be discriminatory for Judaism to proselytize and try to convert others. Would not that imply that everybody needs to be Jewish in order to make a relationship with G-d, to observe His Mitzvot, and enter into the Olam Habah? Chas veshalom! Demanding that everyone must convert to one's religion, or as the trend has become, that one must observe the same laws given to Jews is a foreign concept based upon the attempt to usurp the G-d given role of Klal Yisrael (the Jewish People) and is not Torah.
The Seven Mitzvot of the Torah are for all humanity since all humans are descended from Noach. These are:
With the Giving of the Torah, the G-d of Yisrael chose
the descendants of Avraham, Yitzchak, and Yaakov as His Chosen People,
commanding them to fulfill the 613 precepts of the Torah. He also commanded the
righteous of the other nations of the world to keep the Seven Commandments of
the Children of Noach and commanded Moshe and the Jewish people to teach them
how. Any human being faithfully observing these seven universal laws earns a
place in the Olam Habah.
Righteous Gentiles, were obligated to fulfill the Seven Mitzvot because they were given on Har Sinai, not because they were given to Noach. And the Bnei Yisrael were commanded to teach the righteous Gentiles these Seven Mitzvot.
Torah is for all humanity. There are mitzvot for the Kohanim, mitzvot for men, mitzvot for women, mitzvot for Jews, and mitzvot for Noachides. Conversion to Judaism is not necessary for the non-Jew.