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Niles Elliot Goldstein

Niles Elliot Goldstein

Niles Elliot Goldstein is the founder and rabbi emeritus of The New Shul in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. He has written for Newsweek and the Los Angeles Times on the topics of religion and spirituality, and has been featured in Time, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, and other national publications, as well as on international television and radio.

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Niles Elliot Goldstein is the founder and rabbi emeritus of The New Shul in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. He has written for Newsweek and the Los Angeles Times on the topics of religion and spirituality, and has been featured in Time, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, and other national publications, as well as on international television and radio.

 

A former United States Army chaplain, Goldstein has been working with the federal law enforcement community since 1997. His passion for adventure travel has taken him from the steppes of Central Asia and Mongolia to the dog-mushing trails of Alaska and the Arctic. To unwind, Goldstein hikes, rides horses, and practices the martial arts (he holds a black belt in karate). He lectures all over the country on mysticism, values and leadership, the environment, and new models for religious life in the twenty-first century. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.