“Historically, religion tends to ignore the changes which transform the world and the lives of men.”
Some people criticize religious communities for not keeping up with the times. Others complain that their churches or synagogues have strayed too far from “the old time religion” that they find meaningful. In this sermon, Rabbi Olan recognized the kernals of truth in both of these conflicting viewpoints. Then he presented another, also valid, point of view. To read or hear his April 7, 1963 message on the evolution of religion and society, click one of the buttons below.
“In this very changed day of ours, who really believes in a God who matters, a God who speaks to men and calls upon them to do His will?”
(Rabbi Olan quotes Micah 6:8 and Andrew D. White.)