Don't Want to Convert? Just Say No

Jews accuse a theme park of trying to win them over. What's wrong with that?

If I think a movie you plan to see is lousy and I attempt to spare you a couple of hours of boredom by talking you into a better flick, that is generally considered a friendly gesture. But if I think your spiritual beliefs are in error and I attempt to spare you an eternity of hellfire by converting you to a different set of beliefs, that is widely considered a terrible insult. The Anti-Defamation League and other Jewish organizations denounce any efforts to convert Jews to Christianity. Mainstream Christian organizations avoid conversion campaigns and declare they are pleased for Jews...

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