Teen Spirit: One World, Many Paths

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Health Communications, Incorporated, Oct 1, 2004 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 252 pages
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Are you curious about a friend's religion? Interested in going deeper into your own faith? In Teen Spirit, Pastor Paul demystifies misperceptions and shows you how to embrace and accept different religious beliefs while remaining faithful to your own core values.

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What celebrities like Ja Rule, Hakeem Olajuwon, Adam Yauch, Christy Turlington, Moby and Bono have to say about their personal spirituality and religion;

Tips on how to visit a meditation center, a church, a mosque, a synagogue or a temple - what you'll see and what you should know before you go;

Teens' own stories about why they're religious;

FaithFacts, quizzes . . . and more.

"Paul Raushenbush displays a deep, intuitive understanding of the spiritual crises afflicting young people. He knows how they see the world, and he feels what they feel."
- Anthony DeCurtis, Rolling Stone Magazine

"[Paul] Raushenbush brings the many roads of belief to one destination and enables them to coexist peacefully."
- Laura Dern, actress, and Ben Harper, singer-songwriter

"An excellent book."
- Library Journal

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This is not only a worthwhile book for adolescents and their parents and teachers but also a fascinating example of contemporary interchange between the Internet and printed communication. As Pastor ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Paul B. Raushenbush is the Associate Dean of Religious Life at Princeton University. His work is focused on religious diversity on campus and supervising a multi-faith student organization called the Religious Life Council. Prior to this position, Paul was the Minister to Young Adults at The Riverside Church in New York City. He has established himself as an expert in the field of multi-faith advice for teens through his popular column, "Ask Pastor Paul: Spiritual Answers to the Multi-Faith World," which appears on beliefnet.com.

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