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Radical Loving: One God, One World, One People

af Wayne Dosick

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This book goes against everything I believe about God. I do not believe in this Rabbi's new age mysticism. This book is biblically incorrect and portrays God in an incorrect way. The chapter called "Then What Happened?" is absolutely cuckoo! I read to page 23 in the book and have no need to read further. This book is definitely not for me. ( )
  PrettyTarantula | Aug 23, 2021 |
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Rabbi Dosick, the leader of The Eliyah Minyan, is also the author of 9 critically acclaimed books, the host of a monthly online radio program, and a retired visiting professor at the University of San Diego. This book is - in his words - "an aspirational vision, a hard look at our world as it is and a fervent hope for what it can be." He speaks to readers of all backgrounds in an accessible manner using stories, parables and anecdotes, ( )
  HAUMC | Jun 12, 2021 |
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"Radical Loving" presents a different approach to faith, religion and believing in a deity. Rabbi Dosick, while discussing the tenants of Judaism, refers often to culturally held beliefs of many of the world's religions and wonders why people on earth find themselves morally and ethically distressed and confused and why there is so much increased hate. He mulls over the inability of humans to feel comfortable with the "other". He questions why we cannot easily accept others who appear or act differently than we do and why we cannot treasure God's gift of the natural world and take better care of our planet. He questions how long it will take for humans to put love and kindness before power and greed.

One cannot help but acknowledge and agree with Dosick's analysis of the human condition. He points out that we often blame each other and find fault with the behavior of others. It is much more difficult to search our own souls for the answers. He emphasizes how we are all connected no matter what faith we follow. We are all dependent on each other for our welfare and well being. He asks why our different spiritual traditions cannot be acknowledged and respected and why humans cannot act with tolerance toward each other. His references to different bible stories and his understanding of other faiths and traditions besides Judaism make this book so interesting.

Dosick attempts to explain man's relationship toward religion from God's point of view... "Even though they may seem so different, each religion that you invented as your pathway to Me is nothing more than a reflection of the time, place, culture, politics, and social circumstances in which a particular religion was born and began to develop. In their purest form, your organized religions can be enlightening, embracing, sweet, uplifting, and inspiring. Yet, perversely, organized religion can be rigidly fundamental, confining, stifling, and punishing."

Dosick views God as the maker of all humans whose wish is to have all his creatures love one another.

This is definitely a book worth reading and it will surely help every reader understand how important it is to respect all faiths and to choose the path of righteousness, kindness and compassion no matter what religion you embrace. ( )
  barb302 | Jun 5, 2021 |
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"Radical Loving: One God, One World, One People" is an amazing read! It was beautiful and delightful! It was written with tons of love and care. What I love most about this book was how easily it was to read and follow along with as well as the beautifully written words! Wayne Dosick did an amazing job with this book and I look forward to future books! ( )
  MRios462 | Jun 1, 2021 |
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