Can a Noahide rebuke and strongly and repeatedly persuade a non-Jew [a complete stranger] who is in the process of converting to Judaism, not to covert and rather remain a Noahide and keep the seven Noahide Laws because of their halacha obligation as mentioned in Melachim uMilchamot 8:10? I don't understand this because the Beit Din strongly discourages external factors like this that may interfere with anyone's conversion process or spiritual journey.

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    They should follow the Beit Din's lead. If the Noahide feels conversion is not for this person, they can approach the Beit Din. (Of course if the prospective convert is asking for advice, that's one thing. But otherwise ... why get involved?)
    – Shalom
    Jun 13, 2023 at 1:31
  • They claim that someone's conversion process doesn't nullify their halacha obligation to compel people [strangers] wanting to convert to Judaism to keep the seven Noahide Laws.
    – Sujin
    Jun 13, 2023 at 1:42
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    How are these mutually exclusive? One should keep the Noahide laws regardless of whether they will eventually convert.
    – N.T.
    Jun 13, 2023 at 9:06
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    I don't understand what connection you are drawing to 8:10. Can you please elaborate on your intent? Jun 13, 2023 at 12:24