Man must, therefore, be treated with the honor due to a likeness representing the King of kings… Reverence for God is shown in our reverence for man. The fear you must feel of offending or hurting a human being must be as ultimate as your fear of God.
Suggested Discussion Questions:
1. What does it mean to fear God here?
2. How can we show this level of reverence for human life?
3. How does this text act as a response to the common feeling that our actions won't make any real change?
Time Period: Contemporary (The Yom Kippur War until the present-day)