'Do What Is Just'

The Jewish social justice movement in the U.S. has never been more vibrant than it is today—and that’s saying a lot, since Judaism is a religion of doing, not dogma. Generations of rabbis have taken their guidance from Isaiah, who suggested that Jews’ religious duty is fulfilled when we “observe what is right and do what is just” (Isaiah 56:1).

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Sojourners Magazine February 2010
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