What is the role of the Gentiles in the world? The Jews say theirs is to be a nation of priesthood and a light to the nations. Okay and the gentiles? What do they have to play in this world? For example we only have the seven laws of Noah, all are negative laws, don't do this, don't do that and their ramifications, isn't there a positive commandment or that makes us special can we say to perform?
Even the commandment to multiply is said to be closed for the Gentiles, what is left? Understand, I'm not willing to accept more obligations, as a Gentile I'm happy to have few obligations to fulfill before God, I just want to know if there is an explanation for this apparent lack of ultimate goal of the Gentiles.
Could this be because they are nations and it is not possible to generalize their functions in the world like the Jew is because he is a unique nation? I've heard some explanation within Judaism that our function as Gentiles is to elevate the earthly world and that would be achieved by participating in the world, proving everything that can be proven, not being ascetic about worldly things, I'm not sure what they meant by So maybe you can enlighten me on this issue.