I Don't Know What to Believe: Making Spiritual Peace with Your Religion

I Don't Know What to Believe: Making Spiritual Peace with Your Religion

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Americans--especially young people--are more un-churched and less affiliated with organized religion than at any other time in our history. I Don't Know What to Believe addresses that decline and presents an insightful examination of authentic spirituality for those who desire answers, guidance, and perspective regarding an important aspect of their lives: their beliefs, and relationship to, a higher power.

Rabbi Ben Kamin addresses questions he has received from real people over the thirty years of his ministry, such as:

Why does my parents' religion have to define me? Am I God's child even if I don't go to religious services? Does scripture include me in its ideology regardless of how much scripture I know? How do I follow my own spirituality while still respecting my parents' traditions?

Ben Kamin is the award-winning author of ten books and is a scholar on the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He has led congregations in Toronto, New York, Cleveland, and San Diego since his ordination in 1978.

Author: Ben Kamin
Publisher: Central Recovery Press
Published: 02/16/2016
Pages: 260
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.65lbs
Size: 8.90h x 6.00w x 0.60d
ISBN: 9781942094043

About the Author
Rabbi Ben Kamin is the award-winning author of ten books and is a scholar on the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He has led congregations in Toronto, New York, Cleveland, and San Diego since his ordination in 1978. He has published hundreds of articles about community life in newspapers around the world, ranging from the New York Times to the International Herald-Tribune. Rabbi Kamin appears frequently on radio and television and serves on several national boards dealing with community affairs and multicultural relations. He lives in Encinitas, California with his wife and their four children.