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Analyze the sermon on the mount in terms of government
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Discussion :

Analyze The Sermon on the Mount in terms of government and society today. Suppose it was a ‘constitution' or ‘rule book'.

Do you think a city/state/country could properly function based on its teachings?

Which precepts would be hardest to follow? Why? Which would be easiest to follow? Why? Explain with specific examples.




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