How to Do Good and Avoid Evil: A Global Ethic from the Sources of Judaism
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In todays world of political and religious unrest, there is a growing need for shared ethical will, moral force, and energy among the worlds religious traditions. Drawing on key Jewish texts, Hans Küng and Rabbi Walter Homolka demonstrate how it is possible to achieve this global ethic through the practices and principles of Judaism. They show how the overarching message of Judaismjust action as a guiding religious principleholds a key in the pursuit of universal peace.
- SkyLight Paths Publishing, April 2009
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