About Us

Community Interfaith Educator � teaching and designing courses on world religions� founders of major faith traditions� interfaith cooperation� ethics and virtues� religions and civilization� comparative prophecies� spirituality and science� evolution in nature, society and religion� Islam and the West� women mystics� interfaith history

Current Project:
Writing a sequel to "Founders of Faith" called "Hinges of History"
on the rise and fall of major civilizations and the emergence of global civilization.

Educational Background:
3 Master�s Degrees in Education, Religion, Philosophy

November 8, 1947, New York City, USA

United States and Canada

Religious Affiliation and Background:
Baha�i since the year 2000� previously a Unitarian minister who served 25 years� Jewish father� Roman Catholic mother�

Teaching Venues:
Simon Fraser University (Harbour Centre)... University of British Columbia (Robson Square)... University College of the Fraser Valley... West Vancouver Community Learning Program... Community Centres� Public Libraries� Seniors Centres� Churches... University of Idaho... Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley, California

�Universal Questions: Exploring the Mysteries of Life� (book, 1997)
�Sharing Faith: Teaching & Learning Others� Faith Traditions� (paper, 1996)
�Rainbowmaking: Intercultural & Interfaith Outreach� (curriculum, 1995)
�In Our Hands: Peace & Justice� (curriculum, 1989)
�Religious Education & Our Ultimate Commitment� (book, 1985)

Other Significant Experiences:
Minister of the North Shore Unitarian Church (West Vancouver, 1987- 2000)
President of Multifaith Action Society (1994-2000)
President of Canadian Chapter, International Assoc for Religious Freedom (1996-99)
Recipient of �Ethical Leadership� Award, 2001
Recipient of �Unity-in-Diversity� Award, 1998
Work and travel in Israel, Greece, England, India, China, Japan, Korea, Turkey