Huffington Post Editor to Discuss Religion and the Internet
Paul Rauschenbush, executive religion editor of the Huffington Post, will present the Mattingly Visiting Scholar Lecture at Nebraska Wesleyan University on Thursday, May 1.
His lecture titled, “Religion and the Internet,” begins at 1 p.m. in Prairie Wolf A & B, located on the lower level of the Story Student Center.
Prior to his position with the Huffington Post, Rauschenbush was the Associate Dean of Religious Life and Chapel at Princeton University. He is former president of the Association of College and University Religious Administrators (ACURA), and as an ordained Baptist minister has served as an associate pastor at the Riverside Church in New York City, and pastor at Seattle First Baptist Church.
His lecture is free and open to the public.
Named for Dr. E.L. Mattingly, professor emeritus of religion, the annual Mattingly Visiting Distinguished Scholar Series brings to campus scholars in the fields of religion and theology.
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