Is the Non-Jew adequately accounted for morally in Jewish ethics?

by practicalspactical

The short answer seems to be no.

http://www.clal.org/e15.html

Talmudic Judaism seems to accord non-Jews (non-parties to the Divine-Human Covenant) a lower moral status than Jews (human parties to the Covenant).

While Talmudic and textual rulings on this issue are not dispositive to understanding the current structure of a religion, as a Jew (which I am, of course, Secret Readers), I do think it is important and necessary to identify this one more poison at the heart of our culture and do everything in our power to root it out.