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Former religion editor to visit Ozarks as part of Farmer lecture series

February 17, 2016
By cnp
Posted in Community Events

The Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush, the former executive editor of global spirituality and religion at "The Huffington Post," will present a lecture at University of the Ozarks on Wednesday, March 9.

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The Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush will speak at Ozarks on Wednesday, March 9, in Munger-Wilson Chapel.

The event, which will begin at 7 p.m. in the Rogers Conference Center, is made possible by the Cecil and Ruth Boddie Farmer Chapel Guest Speakers/Artists Endowment. There is no cost for admission and the public is invited.

The title of his talk will be, "Online As It Is In Heaven: The Internet and Religion."

Raushenbush currently serves as senior vice president for public engagement at Auburn Theological Seminary in New York City. From 2009 to 2015, he was the executive editor of global spirituality and religion at "The Huffington Post."

From 2003-2011, Raushenbush was the associate dean of religious life and the Chapel at Princeton University. He served as the president of the Association Of College and University Religious Affairs (ACURA) from 2009 to 2011.

An ordained American Baptist minister, Raushenbush speaks and preaches at colleges, churches and institutes around the country including, The Chautauqua Institute, the Center for American Progress, the New America Foundation and the Aspen Institute.  His first book, "Teen Spirit: One World, Many Faiths," was released in the fall of 2004. He is the editor of the 100th anniversary edition of his great-grandfather Walter Rauschenbusch’s book, "Christianity and the Social Crisis–In the 21st Century," released in 2008.

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