A7 Radio's "Ask the Rabbi" with Rabbi Shimshon Nadel
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Arthur Goldberg and Elaine Berk of JONAH talk about their work helping those with same-sex attraction and their families.
Artthur Goldberg and Elaine Berk are the co-founders and co-directors of JONAH, the only international organization dedicated to educating the world-wide Jewish community about the social, cultural and emotional factors which lead to same-sex attractions. JONAH (www.jonahweb.org
) also works directly to help individuals struggling with any form of sexual confusion and in particular those with unwanted same-sex sexual attractions (SSA); they also counsel families whose loved ones are involved in such issues.
Arthur Goldberg is a Board Certified Professional Counselor and a Certified Relationship Specialist and is the author of a widely acclaimed book entitled Light in the Closet:Torah, Homosexuality, and the Power to Change which has haskamas printed in the book from Rabbis Shmuel Kamenetsky, Rabbi Michel Twerski, Rabbi Zev Leff, and Rabbi Noach Weinberg (z'l').
JONAH can be reached either by email at email@example.com
or by phone at 201 433 3444.
"Ask the Rabbi" is the show for YOU to ask any questions you have that needs a rabbi's guidance. Have a question about Judaism that you don't understand, or maybe you're having relationship/in-law/sibling/family problems but don't know what the Torah would say how to handle them. Rabbi Shimshon Nadel is that patient, soft spoken and all loving rabbi that you would want to go to, to address your problem to. Write him at: RabbiNadel@gmail.com with any questions you'd like him to answer on the show. His program airs every Tuesday 1 pm US Eastern time, 8 p.m. Israel time.
Rabbi Shimshon Nadel lives in Jerusalem where he heads Yeshivat Torat HaAretz, the Har Nof Community Kollel. Before moving to Israel, he served as a Synagogue Rabbi in Nebraska and Connecticut. He is a frequent contributer to The Jewish Week, Kolmus, Aish.com, YNet and Israel National News. His forthcoming book is Return Again: The Argument for Aliyah.