Rabbi Rami Shapiro has spent a lifetime exploring his spirituality through traditional and non-traditional means. Using himself as an example of a “holy rascal,” he challenges readers to creatively examine the role of spirituality in contemporary life in his new book, Holy Rascals: Advice for Spiritual Revolutionaries.
"Holy rascals are spiritual culture jammers who use humor, play, creativity, and critical thinking to reveal the human origins of religions--and how religions mask their true origins behind the conceit of divine origins," he explains. Stop by for an expansion on this thought.
This event is co-sponsored by a local interfaith group.
God is real. Everything we say about God is made up. Holy Rascals is a rousing call to anyone ready to go beyond "isms" and ideologies, and live in the world as a liberating force of justice, compassion, and joy.