Nadia Bolz-Weber on Sex and ShameFebruary 04, 2019
Nadia Bolz-Weber chats with Rami about sex, religion, and shame.
Rabbi Rami talks to pastor Nadia Bolz-Weber about her personal sexual revelations and the impact that religion has on it, and latest book Shameless: A Sexual Reformation. Recently named as one of S&H's top 10 spiritual leaders, a profile of Nadia appears in our Nov/Dec 2018 issue, as well as featured on the cover of our Jan/Feb 2019 issue.
Nadia Bolz-Weber first hit the New York Times bestseller list with her 2013 memoir, Pastrix, followed by the critically acclaimed New York Times bestseller Accidental Saints (2015). A former stand-up comic and recovering alcoholic, Bolz-Weber is the founder and former pastor of a Lutheran congregation in Denver, House for All Sinners and Saints. She speaks at colleges and conferences around the globe and has been featured in BBC World Service, the Washington Post, Bitch magazine, NPR’s Morning Edition, Fresh Air, More magazine, The Daily Beast, and more.