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Wednesday, 17 August 2016
No Condemnation

Confessions of a Jewish Skeptic,
Sarahbeth Caplin, Createspace, 2016, page 6

Sarahbeth Caplin, in the introduction to her latest book, explains a hard-learned lesson in life ...

Life's journeys, particularly religious ones, are deeply personal. If there's anything I've learned from being interfaith, it's not to condemn a person for having beliefs I might find distasteful in some way. I have no idea how excrutiating the journey that shaped those beliefs has been.

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