Ramb”m told: “According to Talmud (Avodâh Zârâh 64b) and Ramb”m (Yâd, Mәlâkhim 8.10), ” ‘…Every non-Jew is a ‘son of the covenant of Noakh’ (see bә-Reishit 9), and he who accepts its obligations is a Geir Toshâv…” (“Noachide Laws,” EJ, 12:1189, emphasis added). ”
The requirment of a geir according to Shemot 12:49 in Torah is non-selective Torah-observance.
“Noachides” are according to Tan”kh the same thing as goyim (persons not included in the pact with ha-Sheim (the Creator)), and goyim are not promised ha-olam haba (which Christians would call “heaven”) in Tan”kh. One can learn this by studying our glossary entries, particularly Bәnei-Noakh, and consulting an Hebrew concordance to make an exhaustive study of what is prophesied to happen to all goyim.
Quote: “The Nәtzârim Beit-Din were the original Beit-Din who defined the Noakhide Laws as the minimum threshhold requirements to admit a proselyte, thereby enabling him or her to study Torâh with Jews, in the Jewish community, and begin the transition of learning and becoming non-selectively Torâh-observant.” (source: http://www.netzarim.co.il)
The ancient Halakhah is this:
The Noakhide should practise the minimum threshold-requirements, come before a beit-din (implying Orthodox) promising to adhere to that requirements and to start doing his/her utmost to observe the mitzwot in Torah non-selectively; and then study Torâh with Jews, in the Jewish community, and begin the transition of learning and becoming non-selectively Torâh-observant. Doing this he/she is given the title geir toshav (a resident-alien)/geirah toshav by the beit-din, and has a part of ha olam haba as long as he/she is doing his/her utmost to keep Torah non-selectively to his/her utmost (which ha-Sheim requires of all of humankind (see Yekhezqeil (de-Judaized to “Ezekiel”) 18 et.al. in Tan”kh).
The conclusions in the Netzarim-website is in accordance with Tan”kh and the research of the eminent Scholar Louis H. Feldman (Biblical Archeological Review states: “There is simply no one in the world who has a better grasp of Hellenistic Jewish literature than Louis Feldman” , Jew & Gentile in the Ancient World.)