Salt of the earth
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Not to be confused with salting the earth.
Salt of the Earth may refer to:
- An English phrase referring to a person who is thoroughly decent; quoted in The New Testament Matthew 5:13, it is a great compliment.
- A metaphor that occurs in the Sermon on the Mount, part of a discourse on salt and light
- Matthew 5:13, the Bible verse in which this phrase appears
- Salt of the Earth (1954 film), a 1954 film
- Salt of the Earth Strike (1950–52), American miners' strike better known as the Empire Zinc Strike
- "Salt of the Earth" (song), a track on The Rolling Stones' 1968 album, Beggars Banquet
- Salt of the Earth (The Soul Searchers album), a 1974 album
- Salt of the Earth: Palestinian Christians in the Northern West Bank, a 2004 documentary series
- Salt of the Earth (Ricky Skaggs & The Whites album), a 2007 album
- Salt of the Earth (EP), a 2008 EP by Texas in July
- The Salt of the Earth (2014 film), a documentary
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