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August 14, 1992 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-08-14

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The heroes of Israel are
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that they are to be obeyed
without question.

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"I haven't had this much fun in years! I've met new friends. I'm involved in
activities. I 'm happy — and so is my family. Before, housekeeping was a chore,
cooking for myselfwasn't fun, ancl I didn't feel secure living alone. Now, myfamily
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Peggy spoke warmly of the
Jewish family. Family is one
of the consistent praises of
Jewish life that rabbis hear
from non-Jews. The primacy
of family is 'not irrelevant to
the horizontal theological
frame of Judaism. The fami-
ly and its friends are rooted in
a tradition which does not
tilerate the schism of love
t;etween humans and that
'Shween humans and God.
Nowhere in Jewish religious
literature could one find even
remotely the approach to the
`"amily as Jesus expresses in
',he gospel in Luke and Mat-
thew. "If any man come to me
and hay:., not his father and
mother alld wife and children
and brothei. and sisters — yea
nd his own :.fe, also, he can-
ot be my ai-Aciple" (Luke
In J1).-daism, Jews
)me to God through their
an :12 friends, not
hough t.,ie sacrifice of their
tacionship nor the sacrifice
self. Divinity yields its
laracter not through the
btraction of humanity, nor
'ough the elimination of
ne self, but through the love
-Ind care of human others and
?H. Jesus declares, "For I
ave not come to bring peace
In earth but a sword. For I
gave come to set a man
against his father and a
daughter against her mother,
and a daughter-in-law
against her mother-in-law."
For Jesus the believer is con-
fronted with a hard, exclusive
disjunctive. Either heaven or
earth, either Christ or fami-
ly, either Jesus or self. "He
A.Tho loves father or mother
more than me is not worthy of
me." (Matthew 10:34). In
Christianity one cannot come
to the Father except through
the son. In Judaism, one can-
, ot come to the Father except
cough the earthly sons and
daakhters of one's human
family.
This is not easy instruc-
tion for Peggy and Sam to
hear. But it is important that
the differences in their birth
traditions not be trivialized.
The theological differences
between Christianity and
Judaism are likely to cast
cultural and moral penumbra
larger than they may have
imagined. They may come to
understand that genuine
tolerance does not entail in-
discriminate adoption of all
iths and that openness does
mean to reduce all tradi-
ons to sameness.
They may come to recognize
not
as
• .onversation
discrediting the other's faith

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