Have you ever read my response to the question of who is my neighbor and thought, of course he stopped to help, he was a Good Samaritan? This term has become so commonplace that it distorts the meaning of the original passage. For there was enmity between the Jews and Samaritans over doctrinal matters that continues to this day. It was the one outside of true doctrine and practice of faith who stopped to help. To reframe the story and recover the original impact for an audience of modern believers it would be the good gay person or the good atheist. Who is your neighbor?
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