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Excerpt: Jeremiah stands for a radical change in what constitutes religious attitude. Morality is not an added ingredient to religion; it is its essence. He calls for a new religious consciousness based on morality, not on the cultic. Religion without morality is empty, and morality without religion is blind. The important part of the signal is the recognition that religion as an autonomous practice without morality is idolatrous—whatever form it may take.