Rabbi Daniel Ross—Invitation to a Dialogue: Religion in Public Life

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Some people suggest that faith should be confined to the home and the house of worship, and play no role in public life. I believe that every person has a right, really a responsibility, to contribute his or her perspectives to the public forum, including perspectives of faith. But faith must never be the final word when it comes to writing the law.

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