On Pesach, Identity and Moral Courage (L’Eylah)
Issue 47 – Printed April 1999
The Seder service is the oldest and newest of all religious rituals. Nothing in the culture of the West remotely compares to its antiquity. And yet each year we discover in it something new, something which speaks directly and with undiminished power to our contemporary situation. The Chief Rabbi, Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Sacks, offers three short essays on aspects of the Exodus story to stimulate thoughts of your own around the Seder table this Pesach.