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One Family: Indivisible ~ Steven Greenebaum

Thursday, October 24, 2019
6:30pm to 8:00pm
at: 

Banyen Books & Sound
3608 West 4th Ave.

cost: 
Free

In the U.S. and around the world, humanity seems to be coming apart. We divide ourselves by race, by gender, by ethnicity, and significantly at this moment: by our spiritual differences. Steven Greenebaum’s spiritual journey, One Family: Indivisible, looks at all of these divisions, particularly addressing how we might come together to celebrate and respect our spiritual diversity rather than fear it. One of our greatest challenges as a species has been, and continues to be, how to hold with respect our almost endless diversity while at the same time recognizing our common humanity – One Family: Indivisible.

Can interfaith mean more than respectful dialogue or theological tolerance?  Steven Greenebaum’s spiritual memoir, One Family Indivisible, gives us a resounding yes.

Reverend Steven Greenebaum is the founder of the Living Interfaith Church. He holds Masters Degrees in Mythology, Music, and Pastoral Studies, and is the author of The Interfaith Alternative, Practical Interfaith, and One Family: Indivisible. Committed to social and environmental justice, he’s dedicated his life to the oneness of humanity as a teacher, minister, and church and temple choir director. Steven marched at Standing Rock, has worked with Common Cause, and was the Founder/Executive Director of Citizens for Environmental Responsibility.