Golden Rule

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The '''golden rule''' is an abbreviated reference to the statement that the sum of all [[morality]] is "Do unto others as you have them do unto you."  Although it is attributed to [[Jesus]], various forms of the rule have existed throughout history and long predated Jesus.
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The '''golden rule''' is an abbreviated reference to the statement that the sum of all [[morality]] is "Do unto others as you have them do unto you."  Although it is attributed to [[Jesus]] (Jesus attributes it as the "sum of the law and the Prophets" {{Bible|Matthew 7:12}}, various forms of the rule have existed throughout history and long predated Jesus.
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==Links==
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[http://www.religioustolerance.org/reciproc.htm Versions of the Golden Rule in 21 world religions]

Revision as of 16:39, 3 December 2007

The golden rule is an abbreviated reference to the statement that the sum of all morality is "Do unto others as you have them do unto you." Although it is attributed to Jesus (Jesus attributes it as the "sum of the law and the Prophets" Matthew 7:12 Bible-icon.png, various forms of the rule have existed throughout history and long predated Jesus.

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Versions of the Golden Rule in 21 world religions

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