From TheBlaze.com: “Rabbi Irwin Kula hails from the notoriously liberal Upper West Side of New York, but he is also?close friends with Glenn Beck. Being able to see the strengths of both conservatives and liberals, Kula spoke on Tuesday about how the two groups see evil differently.
“‘Al Qaeda and ISIS [are] evil and they must be stopped,” Beck told the rabbi on his television program. “I think we can all agree — when you are enslaving children, when you are raping women, when you’re stoning homosexuals, when you’re burning teachers alive in front of their students, it’s evil and it’s got to be stopped.'”
Rabbi Irwin Kula is a 7th generation rabbi and a disruptive spiritual innovator. A rogue thinker, author of the award-winning book, Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life, and President-Emeritus of Clal – The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership, he works at the intersection of religion, innovation, and human flourishing. A popular commentator in both new and traditional media, he is co-founder with Craig Hatkoff and the late Professor Clay Christensen of The Disruptor Foundation whose mission is to advance disruptive innovation theory and its application in societal critical domains. He serves as a consultant to a wide range of foundations, organizations, think tanks, and businesses and is on the leadership team of Coburn Ventures, where he offers uncommon inputs on cultural and societal change to institutional investors across sectors and companies worldwide.