Judeo-Christianity love



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  • n. The Jewish and Christian religions considered as having shared historical and ethical values


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  • His credo: "Believing in people, the radical has the job of organizing them so that they will have the power and opportunity to best meet each unforeseeable future crisis as they move ahead in their eternal search for those values of equality, justice, freedom, peace, a deep concern for the preciousness of human life, and all those rights and values propounded by Judeo-Christianity and the democratic political tradition."

    Saul Alinsky: An Advocate Of Living In Liberty

  • In the same way as one could identify the origins of Western civilization in Greece, Rome and Judeo-Christianity, so too could one trace the origins of East Asian civilization to the influence of Confucianism, Taoism and Mahayana Buddhism.

    George Yeo: Nalanda and the Asian Renaissance

  • For on this trip I wish to re-examine my core values, founded in Judeo-Christianity but tempered by Buddhism, and confirm that the path that I have chosen for the second half of my life is moving me toward my desired destination before my demise.

    Jim Luce: Following The Footsteps Of The Buddha Across North East India

  • Big hunks of civil religion probably can't stand strict scrutiny, especially as the country has embraced a growing number of citizens who can't and shouldn't be asked to identify with that soothing hyphenate "Judeo-Christianity."

    David Van Biema: Bad News Psalms

  • In this comprehensive, interdisciplinary work, Susan Gubar explains that Judas came to stand for the Jewish people because he reflects ambivalence about a composite Judeo-Christianity as well as changing attitudes toward the body, blood, and money; greed and hypocrisy; suicide and repentance; homosexuality and divinity.

    Judas by Susan Gubar: Book summary

  • The fact is that "Judeo-Christianity" did not bring about the decline of polygamy.

    Eduardo Porter: Conservatives' Faith-Based Reality Is Dangerous

  • Mr. Last would have us believe instead that polygamy declined because the right belief set -- "Judeo-Christianity" -- emerged to do away with the barbarous practice, presumably convincing people that it was immoral for one man to mate with more than one woman.

    Eduardo Porter: Conservatives' Faith-Based Reality Is Dangerous

  • Working in coordination with a growing coalition of Muslims and non-Muslims that includes Mayor Bloomberg and Valerie Lucznikowska of 9/11 Families for a Peaceful Tomorrow, Imam Feisal stands at the epicenter of the monotheistic tradition of peace-loving nonviolent toleration that is the classical hallmark of Judeo-Christianity and Islam.

    Michael Carmichael: Ground Zero Religious Freedom

  • See also anti-Semitism; Holocaust; Israel; Judeo-Christianity


  • Many are a great example of a people who recognise the history and benefits of their culture which have grown out of the strong tenets of Judeo-Christianity and as with any effectively nurtured people are not weak enough to throw away a treasury of historic reference, reflecting among other things, the tenacity and endurance of their forebears.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...


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