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  • Rabbi Seth Goldstein is both committed to creating vibrant Jewish community and using a spiritual voice to speak to issues of social justice and common concern. He has been serving Temple Beth Hatfiloh in Olympia, WA since graduating from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in 2003. He also holds an MA in Jewish Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Washington, and has trained in professional mediation. He currently serves as Immediate Past President of the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association. He has completed the Clergy Leadership Program of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, and was a member of the third cohort of the Clergy Leadership Incubator. He is a Rabbis Without Borders fellow and was a Brickner Rabbinic Fellow through the Religious Action Center, andwas recently named as one of “America’s Most Inspiring Rabbis” by the Forward. Rabbi Goldstein is the author of numerous published articles, essays and liturgy. He writes regularly on his blog, Rabbi 360 and produces two podcasts, Torah tl;dr and The Golden PodCalf, and a webseries, Carpooling with Rabbi. He is deeply engaged in local community affairs and active in Interfaith Works of Thurston County and the Faith Action Network, a statewide advocacy organization, and is one of the founders of Concerned Clergy of Olympia. He has testified in front of the Washington State Legislature on numerous occasions. Rabbi Goldstein lives in Olympia with his wife, Rabbi Yohanna Kinberg (RRC ’03), and two sons, Ozi and Erez. They recently took a social justice themed cross country roadtrip, which they recounted in their blog, Two Rabbis Cross America.

A Time for Anger

A Time for Anger

How can we be surprised that people are angry? And how can we argue when that anger is expressed?

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