The parable of Good Samaritan is told by Jesus in response to a lawyer’s question “And who is my neighbor?” in the Gospel of Luke. The parable tells us about a traveler who is robbed, beaten, stripped of his clothes, and left to die on the side of the road. Both, a Jewish priest and a Levite pass by the poor man avoiding him. Luckily for him, a Samaritan comes along and saves his life, in spite of the fact that Samaritans and Jews despised each other.
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