“I had thought of the New Testament to be impure, a source of pride, of selfishness, of hatred, and of the worst kind of violence, but as I opened it I felt myself peculiarly and wonderfully taken possession of. A sudden glory, a light flashed through my soul. I looked for thorns and found roses; I discovered pearls instead of pebbles; instead of hatred, love; instead of vengeance, forgiveness; instead of bondage, freedom; instead of pride, humility; conciliation instead of enmity; instead of death life, salvation, resurrection, heavenly treasure.”—Rabbi Yechiel Lichtenstein, Nineteenth century Hungarian rabbi
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