THE STRANGER WITHIN THY GATES

IN recent years there has been an increasing movement of visitors from one country to another. Their object has been to see what is going on outside their own homelands and thus to enlarge their horizons through study and observation. Often these visitors are entertained in private homes, and they return to their countries with a better understanding of their fellow men.

The ethics of entertaining strangers are set forth in an interesting manner in the Bible as part of the Mosaic law. In Exodus (22:21) we read, "Thou shalt neither vex a stranger, nor oppress him: for ye were strangers in the land of Egypt."

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