The midrash relates an astounding story about the self-sacrifice of a Roman senator. From this story we learn that a righteous gentile is considered a reincarnation of Abraham and has a part of Moses.
Contains some basic ideas regarding the relationships between non-Jews and the Torah
Our generation is the first since the dispersion of the Jewish People in which Jews are able (and therefore obligated) to reach out to non-Jews and introduce them to God's universal covenant with all people.
People of each skin color have their own corresponding characteristics and talents, in which they excel in their service of God. In the Messianic era, all the nations of the world will unite in their service of the One God of Israel. In the Torah portion of Noah (Genesis 6:9 - 11:32) the Torah focuses on Noah's children -- all of mankind -- in our individual yet united service of God.