Nothing changed in regards to the new testament and the gentiles Quoting: Anonymous Coward 78058463
The gentiles were ALWAYS allowed to join Israel in the covenant with God as far back at least as Moses
Foreigners could ally with Israel and come into covenant. There was never a restriction
In fact many that came out of Egypt in the first exodus were not even hebrew, it was a mixed diverse multitude.
Nothing has changed. Any human can submit himself to his Creator according to the specifications that the Creator laid out
Gentiles can ONLY serve as slavesr as profit centere or traitors to benefit tribal goals.
They can be tolerated, like the mythic Ruth they have to betray their own kind and are never really included and never respected.
There is no place in the OT where there is any interest in accumulation of gentiles other than slaves.
This is further clarified by levitical law make clear in Leviticus 25, 44-46.
You can only be a tool for their theocracy
It can never be made benign and its intent is not holy or sacred.
You dont get anything for it, since there is no afterlife in he brew doctrine.
There is only the earthly for them, thats why its their priority.