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History of Religious Passion Plays
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History of Religious Passion Plays

History of Religious Passion Plays

History of Religious Passion Plays
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NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports on the history of passion plays — the dramatic performances recounting the suffering of Christ — and why Jews are concerned about renewed anti-Semitism resulting from Mel Gibson's new film The Passion of the Christ.

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