I sometimes think we have lost sight of the 'big picture' for Judaism, the thinking that turned us from a slave rabble to a Holy Nation. Our 21st century 'communal theology', as acted out in the public sphere, has become one of victimhood and defensiveness. Jewish history provides an explanation for why that has happened. But it's a poor substitute for a brilliant, galvanising and inspiring religious vision.
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