In October 1946, a high-ranking leader of a large Christian church in America rose to the podium in a tabernacle, during a large conference in which were assembled 7,000 church members, with thousands more listening via radio transmission, and a million more receiving the messages in the weeks and months ahead. His message was scathing – a castigating rebuke of the use of atom bombs just over a year previous.He continued, noting that all of this is done "in the face of the divine command: 'Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.'"4 Many will no doubt recall the reception received by Ron Paul in a South Carolina debate when he suggested this very thing – an institutional adherence to the Golden Rule.
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