Throughout history we have divided ourselves into groupings of "us" and "them". One Family: Indivisible engagingly invites the reader into the deeply spiritual and lifelong journey of the author to find a way to acknowledge our differences without dividing and subdividing ourselves into competing tribes. It is a journey of mountain tops and deep valleys, but it leads to the inclusivity and mutual respect possible with Interfaith. This is a book for seekers of all races, ethnicities, and spiritual paths who search for that elusive goal of a community of love and inclusion that also respects our diversity.
The author engagingly invites the reader into a deeply spiritual and lifelong journey that leads to the inclusivity and mutual respect possible with Interfaith. This is a book for seekers of all races, ethnicities, and spiritual paths who search for that elusive goal of a community of love and inclusion that also respects diversity.
"Can interfaith mean more than respectful dialogue or theological tolerance? Steven Greenebaum's spiritual memoir, One Family Indivisible, gives us a resounding yes. His life-journey brought him to the realization that interfaith is a way of believing and living--a profound, inclusive encounter with the mystery of the Holy. This book and his founding ministry are a promise of hope for all spiritual seekers." --Father John Heagle, priest, counselor, author
Steven Greenebaum describes himself in this way: “My faith is Interfaith. My spiritual path is Judaism. My tribe is Humanity. I’m also a minister, choir director and vegetarian.” Steven was formally an Associate Minister at Interfaith Community Church in Seattle, Washington, where he served from 2007-2010. He has an abiding interest in and passion for Interfaith. Steven’s book The Interfaith Alternative was published in April of 2012. His second book Practical Interfaith was published in October of 2014. At present, both are available in Europe, Australia and Canada, as well as the U.S.. Steven’s latest book, One Family: Indivisible…A Spiritual Memoir, will be released October 2019. Steven holds Masters Degrees in Theology, Mythology and Music. He was also the Director of Music at the Evergreen Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Marysville, for ten years. Steven has been deeply interested in environmental and social justice issues all his life, spending three years as the Executive Director of Citizens for Environmental Responsibility.