Bond of Love

“At the heart of Judaism is a covenant of love. Judaism has often been seen as a religion of law and justice rather than love and compassion. This is quite untrue. To be sure, Judaism is a religion of law and justice between human beings, because only where there is law can there be a just society, and Judaism is nothing if not a religion of society. But between God and humanity there is a bond of love.”

Radical Then, Radical Now, Chapter 7