The Judeo-Christian Tradition: A Unified Approach
We have spoken before of developing a unified world religion or at least one where people can pick and choose aspects of different religions that appeal to themselves in their spiritual quest. The question is where to start with unification. What will the first step be? The answer lies in the Judeo-Christian tradition. The holiest day for Christians is Easter with attention also being paid to certain days prior to Easter like Good Friday.
Why not add another day of importance to the Easter calendar like the Last Supper which was a Passover Seder. Yes, Christians should celebrate Passover as part of their tradition because it was part of the story of Jesus Christ.
Jesus was after all Jewish and Christianity grew out of this faith so why not adopt this aspect of Judaism. The two religions are already interwoven sharing parts of the same Bible for instance and Easter cannot be determined each year until the rabbis determine what day Passover falls on thus measuring forward to the resurrection on Easter. Yes, a first step, a beginning that may lead to greater peace and understanding around the world.
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