There is to be no differentiation of laws between the resident foreigner and the Israelite.
If non-Israelites settled among the Israelites, or pursued an intergenerational alliance, they are to be allowed to Sacrifice is commonly understood as the practice of offering or giving up something as a sign of worship, commitment, or obedience. In the Old Testament grain, wine, or animals are used as sacrifice. In some New Testament writings Jesus' death on the cross as the... More to God just as the Israelites did. There is to be one legal level, to the point that God says, “as you [Israelites] are, so shall the [stranger] be before the LORD” (Numbers 15:15).
Tearing down “the dividing wall of hostility” (Ephesians 2:14) seems to have been God’s goal from ancient times, and exclusionary laws have no [permanent] place among God’s people.