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Where Are You? A Beginner’s Guide to Spiritual Practice

Wednesday, November 29, 2023 - 2:00 pm EST

Rabbi Ehrenkrantz discusses his Evolve essay, “Where Are You? A Beginners Guide to Spiritual Practice,” which is taken from his book. Where Are You? A Beginner’s Guide to Advanced Spirituality, in which he leads the reader on a journey of transformation. Drawing from multiple traditions, each reader can find a spirituality that fits within every religion and within no religion. Readers are asked to place authority in their own experience

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About Rabbi Dan Ehrenkrantz
Dan Ehrenkrantz was ranked one of the 50 most-influential American rabbis by Newsweek magazine. He has been featured on radio and TV programs such as the PBS television series “Religion and Ethics Newsweekly”, the public radio program “Weekend America” and the “Montel Across America Show” with Montel Williams. Ehrenkrantz began his career as the rabbi of congregation Bnai Keshet in Montclair, N.J. From 2002 to 2013, he served as the president of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College. He has recently worked as a consultant to nonprofit organizations in the United States and overseas. His first book, Where Are You? A Beginner’s Guide to Advanced Spirituality, won a 2022 Best Book Award and a 2022 Best Indie Book Award, and was named a finalist for a Wishing Shelf Book Award and a Foreword INDIE book award.

About Evolve
Evolve: Groundbreaking Jewish Conversations is an initiative of Reconstructing Judaism. We seek to promote the ongoing evolution of the Jewish community by launching collective, communal conversations about the urgent issues of our day. To that end, Evolve brings multiple voices together to listen to one another’s point of view and to interact respectfully. In an era when it has become ever more difficult to remain open to viewpoints that differ from our own, Evolve cultivates covenantal conversations even when we disagree. In this way, we hope to enhance the ongoing evolution of Jewish civilization.

Learn more on our Evolve website.

Evolve does not endorse every viewpoint presented on its platform. Its goal is to cultivate groundbreaking, constructive, respectful conversations about urgent issues of concern. Evolve makes space for a wide range of viewpoints and seeks to support constructive debate while abiding by the values of tzelem Elohim (regarding and treating all people as created in the divine image), kavod (respect), redifat shalom (pursuing peace) and makhloket leshem shamayim (disagreements for the sake of heaven).

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