In this sermon, delivered on March 5, 1967, Rabbi Olan makes pronouncements that were not popular in many quarters in his day, nor are they in ours.
“Each religion has some truth, no religion has all the truth.”
Judaism, he implies, is no more true than any other religion.
Today, religious intolerance seems to be returning with a vengeance. Rabbi Olan reminds us that religious bigots are focusing on the wrong question.
“The question today is not which religion is true, but is religion relevant at all for modern man.”
*Written by Joshua F. Hirsch*