B'nai NoachIn Judaism, B'nai Noach (Hebrew, "Descendents of Noah"), and Noahide, are non-Jews who live in accord with the seven Noahide Laws (below).
In the United States a few organized movements of non-Jews (primarily of Christian origin) have been influenced by Orthodox Judaism; but, rather than converting to Judaism, they have chosen to live by the Noahide Laws.
- the prohibition of idolatry,
- the prohibition of blasphemy,
- the prohibition of murder,
- the prohibition of forbiden incest, sodomy, male homosexual sex acts and adultery),
- the prohibition of robbery,
- the prohibition of eating a limb from an animal while it is still alive,
- the obligation to establish courts of justice.
According to Judaism, these laws apply to all humanity through their descent from Noah after The Flood.