Interfaith Alliance Leader Heading To Iowa For Forum

Des Moines, Iowa — The president and CEO of the Interfaith Alliance says religion can be a positive force in our democracy, but only if there’s equality for all religious traditions.

Reverend Paul Brandeis Raushenbush has been the national leader of the Interfaith Alliance for about a year.

Raushenbush will speak Thursday afternoon at a “Challenging Christian Nationalism” forum at a Des Moines church.

Two Iowa based evangelical Christian groups have recently hosted forums featuring most of the top Republicans who’re running for president. Raushenbush says the Interfaith Alliance offers a different vision about the role of religion in society.

Raushenbush, who grew up in Wisconsin, is an ordained American Baptist minister who was the associate dean of religious life at Princeton. He’s also the founder of a religious column on the HuffPost website.



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