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Bridging Divides with Rabbi Brad Hirschfield


Rabbi Brad Hirschfield believes fanaticism happens when people believe they’re 100% right, 100% of the time. But how can someone be resolute in their faith while avoiding this toxic mindset? Rabbi Hirschfield is a lecturer, religious commentator, and president of the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. This episode, he shares his journey to faith, his past struggle with fanaticism, and his view on how we can heal divides in our society. You can find more from Rabbi Hirschfield in his book, “You Don’t Have to Be Wrong for Me to Be Right: Finding Faith Without Fanaticism.”

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