Christianity and Judaism

Christianity and Judaism

Streaming Video - 2005
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Because we are removed from spirituality today, Smith believes we find it difficult to understand the true meaning of Christianity. Smith explains that Christianity wouldn't have existed if its "spirit had not been real and dense and palpable and evident to everyone around. Smith finds the intimate relationship between the Jews and their God "a living conversation between the human and the divine that goes on generation after generation. Through his son-in-law, Smith came to admire the beauty of the weekly Jewish Shabbat, and when his daughter died, he found solace in Jewish mourning rituals.


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