Tune in for some more Deep Ecumenism with Rabbi Stephen Booth Nadav in this 2-part Brew Theology Podcast. Deep Ecumenism, a term coined by Fr. Matthew Fox and carried forward by his friend Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi (z’l), is so much more than “interfaith dialogue.” “Dialogue” is good and nice, and perhaps so much safer than deep engagement or encounter with another faith path. But today we are called to more than just tolerance or positive relationship or even understanding. We are called to stretch to the possible experience of the Divine even in other faith traditions. When we can do that, we will know we have touched the Source.
This is the 2nd time for Rabbi Steve to join the BT community. He was with us back in 2016 (episodes 17 & 18 of the Brew Theology Podcasts), and we look forward to having him again...
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