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"The Scapegoat: Its Jewish Origins"

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["ON DEMAND" episode. Pre-recorded. Do not call in.] There are a lot of words the Bible uses that people today have no idea what they mean. Try this experiment: ask ten non-Christian friends what the word "gospel" means. Tell them, "I don't mean the music; I mean the message the the music celebrates. What's the message?" Changes are, they won't be able to tell you. Or take the word "scapegoat" for example. Most people don't know the origin of that word. It's a Jewish concept, and it was first used to mean a literal goat that was executed in place of guilty people. Tonight we'll talk about its origins, on "Jewish Roots", an Internet pod-cast talk radio show. Your host, Rev. Rick Anderson, each Thursday night 9:30 pm, EST.

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