Religious Liberty After 9/11
Apologies are never easy. The words “I’m sorry” inflict damage on our egos. The vulnerability and humility required to publicly acknowledge being wrong are generally in short supply.
That’s why Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, caught our attention last week. Noting the Jewish High Holy Days involve the practice of Teshuvah (li…
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