Peter J. Rubinstein | October 9, 2008
Some of us comfortably accept the notion of divine election, that we Jews have an unimpeachable role in history and that, indeed, we are different from other religious groups. Others, squirming under the ideological and historical burden of chosenness, fundamentally reject the concept at its core and, in fact, disdain any presumption that we Jews are special. Today I invite this congregation to think about the implication of chosenness: from the blessing of lofty vision and meaningful mission to the sin of xenophobic exclusion and arrogant prejudice.
Peter J. Rubinstein | September 30, 2008
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