Monotheism Is Seen as Judaism's Gift to the World. But Has It Really Brought Peace and Harmony?

Monotheism is widely considered more moral and rational than polytheism. But a controversy in Germany is raising the question whether the belief in one God actually leads to fanaticism and violence

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Jewish worshipers offer repentance and ask God to forgive their sins ahead of Yom Kippur, Western Wall, Jerusalem's Old City, September 16, 2018.
Jewish worshipers offer repentance and ask God to forgive their sins ahead of Yom Kippur, Western Wall, Jerusalem's Old City, September 16, 2018.Credit: AMMAR AWAD/רויטרס
Ofri Ilany
Ofri Ilany

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