The concept of Jubilee, or the Jubilee year, comes to us via Leviticus (see chapter 25), where God sets out for the people of Israel a method for restoring economic and social parity. While the degree to which the Jubilee year was ever observed is still under debate, it remains a valuable model for us today: a model that emphasizes renewal of relationships across the economy and across society, and a way of ensuring that structural inequality is minimized.
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