Human nature pushes us to self-select our various tribes and label ourselves in order to fit in. The consequence of this is that it builds divisions between people and creates differences where there were none. Breaking out of these self-imposed tribes requires a holistic view of people and their humanity. In his new book, Co-Human Harmony: Using Our Shared Humanity to Bridge Divides, the Rev. Gudjon Bergmann seeks to provide a step-by-step guide to create unity and build oneness between seemingly disparate groups. Welton will sit down with the Rev. Bergmann to discuss his book, his experience as an interfaith activist and his prescriptions for creating connections between people. A section of the book comprises essays from a diverse array of promiment faith leaders, including Interfaith Alliance President Rabbi Jack Moline.
Hear the full January 26, 2019 State of Belief Radio program here.