I need a response for the question below. The book is the following; Fisher, M. P. (2014). Living religions (9th
ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. The assessment is for Chapter 8, and after reading and reading I cannot come up with an answer. If you could provide that along with an explanation so I can write in my own words that would be great. The assessment requires 300 words, so please be detailed so I can fully understand. If there are any additional references please include them so I can re-search. Thanks!
There are stories of sacrifice, bondage and exodus, and survival in the wilderness that are an integral part of the Jewish tradition. Compare and contrast the plots of these stories with secular stories that you are aware of with similar themes. In addition, discuss the significance of the secular stories for the intended audiences. What sorts of assumptions or biases might audiences who are not the target audiences draw from these stories (perhaps if they don’t identify with the main characters of the stories)?