You do not need to convert to be a Jew to be considered righteous. Members from all the Nations can be righteous and have an afterlife and they are not bound to the same laws as Jews. Rabbi Alon Anava is a Jew and was tried as a Jew in his NDE (so keep in mind it is a Jewish NDE).
I still can't post links so here is a summary of the 7 laws:
1) Do not profane G‑d’s Oneness in any way.
Acknowledge that there is a single G‑d who cares about what we are doing and desires that we take care of His world.
2) Do not curse your Creator.
No matter how angry you may be, do not take it out verbally against your Creator.
3) Do not murder.
The value of human life cannot be measured. To destroy a single human life is to destroy the entire world—because, for that person, the world has ceased to exist. It follows that by sustaining a single human life, you are sustaining an entire universe.
4)Do not eat a limb of a living animal.
Respect the life of all G‑d’s creatures. As intelligent beings, we have a duty not to cause undue pain to other creatures.
5) Do not steal.
Whatever benefits you receive in this world, make sure that none of them are at the unfair expense of someone else.
6) Harness and channel the human libido.
Incest, adultery, rape and homosexual relations are forbidden.
The family unit is the foundation of human society. Sexuality is the fountain of life and so nothing is more holy than the sexual act. So, too, when abused, nothing can be more debasing and destructive to the human being.
7) Establish courts of law and ensure justice in our world.
With every small act of justice, we are restoring harmony to our world, synchronizing it with a supernal order. That is why we must keep the laws established by our government for the country’s stability and harmony.
(this was from Chabad.org)
Originally Posted by SlayerOfLight
What makes it interesting, It's basically a Jewish version of a ''convert or go to hell'' type NDE while most of those NDE's are based on fundamental christianity. Is God trying to confuse us or something?