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Paul Brandeis Raushenbush (//; born 24 June 1964) is a writer, editor, and religious activist. He currently serves as Senior Vice-President, and editor of Voices at Auburn Seminary. From 2009 to 2015 he was the Executive Editor Of Global Spirituality and Religion for Huffington Post's Religion section, and formerly served as editor of BeliefNet. From 2003-2011, Raushenbush served as Associate Dean of Religious Life and the Chapel at Princeton University, and served as President of the Association Of College and University Religious Affairs (ACURA) from 2009 to 2011. Raushenbush is the co-founder with Wolfgang F. Danspeckgruber of PORDIR, The Program of Religion, Diplomacy, and International Relations at the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University.
An ordained Baptist minister in the American Baptist tradition, Raushenbush is the great-grandson of 19th-century Baptist cleric and Social Gospel proponent Walter Rauschenbusch (name spelled differently), and the great-grandson of the Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis and is related to the philosopher Richard Rorty.
- Teen Spirit: One World, Many Faiths (2004)
- editor of Christianity and the Social Crisis - in the 21st century
- Raushenbush, Paul Brandeis (1 June 2014). "25 Things My 25-Year-Old Self Would Tell Me on My 50th Birthday". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 27 November 2017.
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