Christians can learn from Jews. We can learn how to thrive in the secular world that no longer regards faith as central. So argues Rabbi Jonathan Sacks at the 2013 Erasmus Lecture. Speaking to more than five hundred people on the evening of Monday, October 21st, 2013 at the Union League Club in New York, Sacks outlined a vision in which religious communities—Jewish and Christians—can function as creative minorities.


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