A Humanist Perspective on the Sermon on the Mount
A Humanist Perspective on the Sermon on the Mount Gordon Gamm I received my religious education in Sunday school, as a Jew. It was shortly after the Holocaust, and the Jewish community was eager to ensure the perpetuation of Judaism. Intermarriage—even mere exposure to Christianity—were viewed as palpable threats. My...
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