Are you familiar with the story of the Good Samaritan? A man was beaten by robbers and left in the road. A priest and a Levite walked by without getting involved, but the Samaritan stopped to help. The affiliations of these people are called out because they are important in the story. You know from other passages that Samaritans had doctrinal errors and Jews did not, yet the one with incorrect beliefs was commended for stopping to help. What was the background of the man who was attacked? I didn’t mention it because it wasn’t important. Do good to those in need regardless of their background.
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