Many months ago I came across the acknowledgement that Gentiles/B'nei Noach are permitted to bring Korbanot. I broached the subject with my Orthodox Jewish friend and he pointed out that Temple Sacrifices cannot be brought, as the Temple does not stand at this time (May it be rebuilt speedily in our days!) Imagine my surprise when this morning I stumbled upon these posts:
One post references this page:
(From the website) "Gentiles were allowed to bring an olah in our Temple, unlike the rest of the kinds of qorbanot, which were reserved for Jews alone within the Temple itself; it should be remembered, however, that Gentiles are permitted to build their own place for qorbanot, and offer them to God themselves, and are promised reward for this meritorious behavior (it is disappointing that Gentiles have so far neglected this opportunity, by the way)."
I'm a B'nei Noach who has been studying Torah and considering conversion for 15 or so years. I am always looking to do more to serve Hashem if possible, through good deeds and self improvement.
Bringing a Korban offering seems to be just such a situation, and my intent is to confirm if this is indeed widely agreed upon by the Orthodoxy and permitted. Once that is established, which it appears to be to some extent, I would like to learn the details of how one would properly perform this ritual. At this moment, my interest is theoretical. I will not attempt to perform any ritual from a state of ignorance. I would only consider it after extensive study, deliberation, and guidance from Rabbis.
To reiterate, my first questions would be:
How accepted are these opinions in the Mishnah? Is it a majority opinion? Are there any dissenting opinions?
Are there other places this is discussed or arguments given in the Mishnah, Talmud, Gemora, etc?
Have any other Rabbis throughout Jewish History, addressed this or commented outside of Talmud, Mishnah, etc?