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April 18, 1986 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-04-18

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Which is not to say, said Robert
son, that we have to be alike or
that he's interested in bringing
Jews to Christianity. "An impor-
tant part of Christian tradition is
to welcome diversity, to feel that
all are free to worship God any
way they want. If you are a deep-
ly committed Christian, you are
tolerant of others, love pluralism,
don't try to force your views on
others. We resist coercion any
way we can. True Christians are
for freedom."
And it is that love of freedom,
among other things, he said, that
unites Jews and Christians.
"We're not enemies. We share a
common love of freedom, decency,
our roots go back to the begin-
ning. We share common values, a
religious heritage that brought
forth Western civilization. We're
not enemies. Our common enemy
is the pervasive secularism that is
corrupting Christian and Jewish
children on to drugs, into cults.
Together, we can stand against
the forces that would destroy
Israel, would take away the things
that make America the great hope
for the future."
It is to make sure those forces
are stopped, Robertson said; that
he may very well run for president.
"People are concerned about
their families, concerned about
defense, concerned about the
growth of government. They want
to stop the effort of some to
disarm us against the threat of
the Soviet Union. They want
somebody to succeed Ronald
Reagan who thinks as he, and I,
do. And so they're urging me to
get involved.
"I've been overwhelmed by the
number of people calling me, tell-
ing me to run. I guess if you speak
from your heart, people respond.
I'm not a put-on. I don't read
someone else's speeches. I speak
in a way that touches people.
"People are saying we really
have a moral crisis, the family is
in trouble, society is in trouble,
there is a deep malaise, a hurt.
They say something has to be
done about it. And so they're look-
ing to me. And I may just do it."
Joseph Aaron is a Chicago-based
writer.

Erte Exhibited

"Erte, the 93-Year-Old Master
of Art Deco" has opened at the
Park West Galleries and will
run through June 1. Gallery
hours are: Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.;
Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to
9 p.m.; and Saturday and Sun-
day, 11.a.m. to 6 p.m.

Pianist Performs

Biazilian pianist Maria
Meirelles will open the Cran-
brook P.M. salon series at 8 p.m.
today at Cranbrook House.
There is an admission fee. For
reservations; call Cranbrook
P.M., 645-3635. .

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