Reverend Steven Greenebaum, an esteemed Interfaith minister with a lifelong commitment to promoting unity and justice, has recently released his final and most profound book, "An Afternoon's Dictation - Inclusive Revelation for the 21st Century." The book, which has already earned the prestigious 2023 London Book Festival Award for "Spiritual/Religious," provides readers with insightful guidance for leading a life rooted in unity, justice, love, and humility.
In 1999, Steven found himself at a crossroads, questioning the meaning of life and seeking answers from a higher power. It was during one of these contemplative afternoons that he received divine revelations that would shape his perspective for the next decade and beyond. Not presented as strict commandments but rather as guidance, these revelations delve deep into themes such as "The Call to Interfaith," "The Call to Love One Another," "The Call to Justice," and "The Call to Community." The book encourages readers to look for the truth in the commonalities of various religions, emphasizing that they are merely different ways to communicate with the divine.
Literary Titan, a prestigious reviewer known for its discerning literary critiques, has lavished praise on Steven Greenebaum's enlightening book. The review extols Greenebaum's prose as "transparent, riveting, and readily accessible." The prestigious review concludes with a strong recommendation, declaring it "a must-read" that "will undoubtedly appeal to those yearning to expand their spiritual landscape and nurture a more encompassing perspective on life."
Reflecting on his motivation for penning his final book, Reverend Greenebaum stated, "I am hoping that the reader will take away from the book that we are truly one family – the human family, and that we have an obligation to posterity to ACT on that belief."
"An Afternoon's Dictation - Inclusive Revelation for the 21st Century" is more than just a spiritual guide—it is a testament to the power of unity and the importance of seeking truth in our shared spiritual heritage. Get your copy today on Amazon or MSI Press.
About the Book
At fifty, lost and desperate, Steven Greenebaum's life took an unexpected turn. An inner voice, a call from the divine, led him to pen three pages that would become his life's compass. Over the next ten years, he delved into those words, uncovering "The Call to Interfaith," "The Call to Love One Another," "The Call to Justice," and "The Call to Community."
"An Afternoon's Dictation" is more than just a book. It's a journey into the commonality of faiths, a path that transcends division and leads us to embrace what unites us. It's an exploration of our spiritual core, a heartfelt plea to recognize our shared humanity. In these turbulent times, Steven offers a way forward, a hand reaching out in compassion and wisdom.
Are you ready to seek truth in the languages of faith, to find love and community amidst chaos? The answers await, if you are open to them.
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About the Author
Reverend Greenebaum, a retired Interfaith minister with master's degrees in Mythology, Music, and Pastoral Studies, has dedicated his life to promoting the oneness of humanity. Through a diverse array of endeavors, from teaching mythology and directing choirs to participating in social and environmental justice movements like Standing Rock, Steven has consistently championed the cause of unity. He has also been the Founder/Executive Director of Citizens for Environmental Responsibility and the founder of the Living Interfaith church, where he served as a minister for a decade.
He has written three books that highlight the call of Interfaith to the human family. Now in his mid-70s, he has produced his final work, aiming to guide readers toward unity, justice, love, and humility.