Another way for Jews to atone this Yom Kippur: the eScapegoat

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In Biblical times, a priest symbolically put the people's sins on a scapegoat to help them atone. Photo courtesy G-dcast

In Biblical times, a priest symbolically put the people's sins on a scapegoat to help them atone. Photo courtesy G-dcast

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(RNS) The interactive eScapegoat site asks participants their age, but not their name, and provides space for typing in their sins. Since its Aug. 8 debut, more than 10,000 people have submitted their sins.