9 episodes

For some people, the thought of organized religion is enough to make their stomach crawl. On this podcast we will explore the many different ways people encounter spirituality.

We'll talk about our own journeys and how we come to accept that there is more to this world than just us. We will talk to clergy, artists and those who are leading the revolution towards a more unified view of the universe.

Finding My Religion, a Podcast Ben Goldstein

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For some people, the thought of organized religion is enough to make their stomach crawl. On this podcast we will explore the many different ways people encounter spirituality.

We'll talk about our own journeys and how we come to accept that there is more to this world than just us. We will talk to clergy, artists and those who are leading the revolution towards a more unified view of the universe.

    Season 2 Premiere

    Season 2 Premiere

    Welcome back to another season of Finding My religion. It's been awhile since we've had a new podcast released, find out what's been happening in the meantime, where Ben has been and what's new for season 2. 
     
    Plus a New Year sermon about living our lives in Covenant. 

    • 21 min
    Rabbi Mychal Springer

    Rabbi Mychal Springer

    Rabbi Mychal Springer founded the Center for Pastoral Education at The Jewish Theological Seminary in 2009,  allowing students to learn the art of pastoral care as they serve marginalized populations. She began her career as a chaplain in New York City’s top hospitals, and in the 1990s became the director of the Department of Pastoral Care and Education at Beth Israel Medical Center. Mychal returned to JT S in 2002 as The Rabbinical School’s associate dean and director of Field Education.

    • 49 min
    Dr. Mona Fishbane

    Dr. Mona Fishbane

    In this episode we sit down with Dr. Mona Fishbane to discuss, neuroplasticity, wise aging and the intersection between spirituality and psychology. Dr. Fishbane shares with us some secrets to being mindful and living a more attuned life. 

    • 57 min
    Mark Borovitz

    Mark Borovitz

    Rabbi Mark Borovitz is the Rabbi at Beit T'Shuvah, a residential treatment facility for addiction, based in Los Angeles. He sat down to discuss his journey from being a felon to a spiritual leader,  the brokenness of humanity, and the path out of our own personal darkness. 
    He is the author of multiple books, including The Holy Thief, and Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah: A Daily Spiritual Path to Wholeness.

    • 48 min
    Sharon Brous

    Sharon Brous

    Rabbi Sharon Brous is a leading voice in reanimating religious life in America. Rabbi Brous is the senior and founding rabbi of IKAR in Los Angeles. She sits down with us to discuss what it means to be comfortable or uncomfortable in a religious community, what role religion plays in our political and personal lives, and the nature of faith. 

    • 57 min
    Aziza Hasan

    Aziza Hasan

    Aziza Hasan is the Executive Director of NewGround: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change. In this episode we discuss Aziza's experience growing up in Jordan and moving to Kansas at the age of 17, her time in a Mennonite college, and what she has learned from her encounters with different faiths. 

    • 47 min

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