“It’s About Time” Podcast: Rabbi Daniel Weiner Speaks about the Religious Response to Violence

May 14, 2018

The Parliament of the World’s Religions is proud to support It’s About Time, a new podcast hosted by Parliament of the World’s Religions Board Trustee and Secretary Dr. Michael Reid Trice. The podcast is part of the programming hosted by Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry, where Trice is Associate Professor of Constructive Theology and Theological Ethics. 
On the premiere episode of It’s About Time, Trice interviews Rabbi Daniel Weiner about vandalism to his congregation, the values that respond to violence, and how we share the world together.  Listen to “Rabbi Daniel Weiner Speaks about the Religious Response to Violence” at the Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry Soundcloud.
Daniel Weiner is the Senior Rabbi at Temple De Hirsch Sinai, which has grown to more than 4,000 members. Rabbi Weiner and his team won the Religion Action Center’s Fain Award for their campaign on gun responsibility and has contributed to the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility. Additionally, his columns have appeared in The Seattle Times.


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