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On WIN Without Competing!, featured on BlogTalkRadio Wednesday, May 12th, 2010, Dr. Arlene Barro interviews Rabbi Larry Seidman, who changed his career from an engineer to a Rabbi later in life.

"The Meeting of Religion and Reason" is an interview with Rick Barber on KOA, a powerful Denver radio station. You can listen to each part hour of the interview below, or download the MP3 files and listen to them on your own. Click anywhere on the timeline to start listening at that point.

Hour One (Download MP3 file here.)

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Hour Two (Download MP3 file here.)

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More Than a Slice This article in OC. Jewish Life, May, 2009 looks at The Academy for Jewish Religion and the training and objectives of Rabbi Seidman.

Rocketry & Religion This article about the path of Rabbi Larry and Chaplain Linda Seidman appeared in the Orange County Register, November 14, 2006.

For complete information about The Academy for Jewish Religion – California, a unique, transdenominational organization for training Rabbis, Cantors and Chaplains, see www.AJRCA.org

For more information about Jewish Family Service of Orange County and the Community Chaplain Program: http://jfsoc.org/healing.html

“A Holocaust Survivor’s Childhood Book is Returned”  This article describes a miraculous event which Rabbi Seidman was privileged to be a part of. http://www.malibutimes.com/articles/2009/07/22/malibu_life/art1.txt


Testimonials:
Some Things Other People Have Said About Me (and my wife and frequent co-officiant Chaplain Linda Seidman)

“… gratitude for your amazingly wonderful Shiva Services.”

~ A resident of Laguna Woods


“We enjoyed your talks very much and the way you spoke about the illusive concept of a higher power and spirituality”

~ A Southern California synagogue leader


“Every week Chaplains Larry and Linda Seidman ‘bring light into the dungeon!’ With smiles and warmth-‘humorous solemnity’ they counsel, teach and share with us so much of the love and unity that is the unique mortar that binds Jews-of all shapes, ethnicities, and histories-together …”

~ An inmate in Orange County Jail


“Thank you for a much needed inspirational speech”

~A Congregant after a sermon

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