Much Obliged

Moshe Koppel argues brilliantly for the separation of religion and state in Israel. But he makes one mistake: religion is not just one choice among many.

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July 6 2013
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Yuval Levin is the founding editor of National Affairs and Hertog Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center in Washington, DC. He has been awarded a 2013 Bradley Prize for distinguished contributions in the fields of scholarship, journalism, and public service.


Minerva as a symbol of enlightened wisdom protects the believers of all religions Daniel Chodowiecki, 1791.

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More about: church and state, Free Exercise of Religion, Jewish identity, Moshe Koppel