When that term is used today in our contemporary context, it has a precisely exclusionary overtone, implicitly hostile to everyone and anyone beyond the orbit of what is deemed "Judeo-Christian." The term has been used politically for policies and attitudes with which many Jews and Christians would not agree. And it is used, also, for watering down the distinctive character and content of both those traditions, as they they are the same.
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