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Saladin's Golden Ring

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Joanne Lee

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At the end of his days, the great king Saladin forged a magical golden ring to give to his true heir. However, he had three sons and only one of them could wear the ring. What was he to do?

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It is said that the great king Saladin, at the end of his days, forged a magical golden ring to give to his true heir. However, he had three sons and only one of them could wear the ring. Treating this as an allegory, with Saladin representing God and the three sons standing for the major monotheistic religions of the world, Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, we examine the question of truth. What makes a true son of the King?

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Saladin's Golden Ring

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1590, 306, 2, 512, 5, 308, 511, 309, 307, 303, 305, 310

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