est this evening is University of Arizona Professor Emeritus, Guy McPherson, Ph.D. Today’s show is Part 2 of 3.
As founder of The New Seminary for Interfaith Studies and The New Synagogue, Rabbi Gelberman taught interfaith concepts in New York over 40 years. His was the first seminary devoted to the training of ministers who can serve people of all faiths. Also a devout Jew and modern Hassidic Rabbi, he had a deep love of Jewish traditions, mystical Judaism and was also a lifelong yoga practitioner. He coined the expression, “Never instead of, always in addition to,” to explain his interfaith philosophy.