Author in the News: "This Lynnwood Man Walked the Path to a Faith of Inclusiveness" (HeraldNet Article on Steven Greenebaum)




Recently, HeraldNet wrote a column on the Reverend Steven Greenebaum and his new book, One Family Individible.

Evan Thompson, Herald columnist, writes:

There’s a verse in the Koran that illustrates how Steven Greenebaum, a lifelong Jew, sees the world.
“We have created you from male and female and made you peoples and tribes that you may know one another,” it reads.
Breaking down denominational lines is Greenebaum’s life work. He’s the founder of Living Interfaith Church in Lynnwood, which embraces all religions and focuses on secular ethical teachings that unite all faiths: love, compassion and harmony.
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To read more posts by and about Steven Greenebaum, click HERE.

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