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Explore "The Interfaith Alternative"

"The Interfaith Alternative" is a newly published book by Rev. Steven Greenebaum. Meet the author and explore what Interfaith has meant and can mean. The Living Interfaith Church (in Lynnwood, Washington) holds Jews, Muslims, Christians, Baha'i, Buddhists and Humanists – all worshiping together.

This weekend, Steven is “on the road,” speaking of how easy it is to get stuck on the paradigm that there is only one "right" answer to the question of God.

*All* of our spiritual paths teach love and compassion. Yet more than three thousand years after Moses, twenty-five hundred years after the Buddha, two thousand years after Jesus and fifteen hundred after Muhammad, we remain divided by our differences. "The Interfaith Alternative" shows how and why our varying spiritual paths have divided humanity, and proposes a paradigm-altering foundation for embracing the love all of our faiths have tried to teach us. We can indeed celebrate each other without fear of losing our own identity.

We'll meet in the "Fireside Room" from 4:00 to no later than 5:30.

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