Episode 19: Justice, God Everywhere & the Coming Transformation of Religion w/ Arthur Waskow
Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast
Rabbi Arthur Wasskow tells intimate stories of his ancestors as the inspiration for his lifelong justice work, shares powerful racial, social and environmental justice movement history as it intersects with his own deepening on a Jewish spiritual path, and invites us to find God everywhere and in everything.
After the Plague-- Arthur Waskow and Phyllis Berman
Hazon: The Jewish Lab for Sustainability
In a new COVID-19 world Nigel Savage, President and CEO of Hazon speaks with Jewish leaders from around the world on what this changing landscape means for Jewish communities near and far. Originally recorded on May 10th, we tune into this episode featuring Rabbis Arthur Waskow and Phyllis Berman in conversation with Nigel Savage. Rabbis Waskow and Berman are most well known for their political activism, writings and their support and leadership in the Jewish renewal movement. Rabbi Waskow co-founded ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal and Rabbi Berman has lead retreats at Hazon’s own Isabella Freedman retreat center.
SOM Pod: Rabbi Arthur Waskow of The Shalom Center, on #SukkotForClimateHealing
Podcasts Archives - Jewish Sacred Aging
In this episode of the Seekers of Meaning Podcast, Rabbi Arthur Waskow, director of The Shalom Center in Philadelphia, discusses how the Jewish harvest festival Sukkot can be a model for teaching about Climate Change and healing the earth. About the Guest Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Ph. D., founded (in 1983) and directs The Shalom Center, a prophetic voice in Jewish, multireligious, and American life that brings Jewish and other spiritual thought and practice to bear on seeking peace, pursuing justice, healing the earth, and celebrating community. He edits and writes for its weekly on-line Shalom Report. In 2014 he was honored by T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights with their first Lifetime Achievement Award as a “Human Rights Hero.” In 2015 he was named by The Forward one of the “most inspiring” American rabbis. In June 2017, the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College awarded him the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, given once a year for distinguished service to the Jewish people and the world. The post SOM Pod: Rabbi Arthur Waskow of The Shalom Center, on #SukkotForClimateHealing appeared first on Jewish Sacred Aging.
Religion and Politics: A Conversation with Rabbi Arthur Waskow
Podcasts - Omnia
While many evangelical leaders and some political leaders are now finishing each other’s sentences, the rest of the world looks on in disbelief. Despite the long, questionable history, religion and government can and have cooperated in healthy ways. OMNIA welcomes Rabbi Arthur Waskow, to shine light on this issue
Rabbi Dr. Shmuly Yanklowitz, President & Dean of Valley Beit Midrash interviews Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Ph.D., the founder, and director of The Shalom Center (https://theshalomcenter.org/) on the topic of "Half a Century of Activism!"DONATE: http://www.bit.ly/1NmpbsPFor podcasts of VBM lectures, GO HERE:https://www.valleybeitmidrash.org/learning-library https://www.facebook.com/valleybeitmidrash https://www.facebook.com/RabbiShmulyYanklowitz
Arthur Waskow, noted activist, author, and rabbi, joins Dan and Lex for a conversation about 1969’s Freedom Seder. They look at the process that led to Waskow’s invention of that Passover observance, and the impact it has had on both Judaism and the world over the 50 years since its creation. If you're enjoying Judaism Unbound, please help us keep things going with a one-time or monthly tax-deductible donation. Support Judaism Unbound by clicking here! To access full shownotes for this episode, click here.
Understanding the World 06-13-13 with Rabbi Arthur Waskow
Rabbi Kaufman's Understanding The World
A conversation with Rabbi Arthur Waskow about Jewish Renewal, the Environment, Social Activism and much more. Since 1969, Waskow has taken a leadership role in the Jewish Renewal movement. In 1971, he helped found the Fabrangen Havurah in Washington, DC. The Torah discussions at Fabrangen inspired Waskow's book Godwrestling (NY: Schocken, 1978). He founded The Shalom Center in 1983 and serves as its director. In its inception the Shalom Center primarily confronted the threat of nuclear war from a Jewish perspective, emphasizing the story of Noah and the imperative to save the world from "a flood of fire". As the Cold War abated, the Shalom Center turned its focus toward ecology and human rights issues. From 2002 to 2008, it pursued shared action among Jews, Christians, and Muslims; opposition to attacks on American Muslim life and opposition to the US War in Iraq. From 2005 on, it has especially focused on the dangers of "global scorching" and the climate crisis. Waskow's best-known books include Godwrestling (1978), Seasons of Our Joy (1982), Down-to-Earth Judaism: Food, Money, Sex, and the Rest of Life (1995), Down-to-Earth Judaism, andGodwrestling — Round 2: Ancient Wisdom, Future Paths (1996). With Sr. Joan Chittister, OSB, and Murshid Saadi Shakur Chisti, he co-authored The Tent of Abraham (2006). With Rabbi Phyllis Berman he has co-authored "Tales of Tikkun: New Jewish Stories to Heal the Wounded World"; "A Time for Every Purpose Under Heaven: The Jewish Life-Spiral as a Spiritual Journey"; and "Freedom Journeys: Tales of Exodus and Wilderness Across Millenia." He was the managing co-editor of Trees, Earth, and Torah: A Tu B'Shvat Anthology, and he edited Torah of the Earth: 4,000 Years of Jewish Thought on Ecology(2 vols, Jewish Lights).
Rabbi Arthur Waskow, founder of the Shalom Center in Philadelphia discusses his book "The Tent of Abraham." which explores in accessible language the mythic quality and the teachings of reconciliation that are embedded in the Torah, the Qur'an, and the Bible. It also weaves together the wisdoms of the Jewish, Muslim, and Christian traditions into a deeper, more unified whole. "The Tent of Abraham" is the first book to tell the whole story of Abraham as found in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim sources and to reenergize it as a basis for peace.