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Christianity Today, Russell Moore
The Russell Moore Show
Listen in as Russell Moore, public theologian and director of Christianity Today’s Public Theology Project, talks about the latest books, cultural conversations and pressing ethical questions that point us toward the kingdom of Christ.
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4.7 stars from 515 ratings
So helpful
Dr. Moore is so often a voice for loving, biblical, gospel-oriented thoughtfulness.
Robbie Crewfan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/18/22
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The January 6 storming on the Capitol was wrong, and an affront to democracy. But equating it to 9/11 is wicked. Scores of lives were lost and hundreds of families devastated as a result. It’s an insult to the 9/11 victims to compare it to the January 6 riots.
NebuchadnezzarBelshazzar via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/15/22
Thank you for this…
I am immensely thankful for Russell Moore and those who work with him for providing a space for intelligent, open and often challenging discussions. In a time where disrespect for others seems to reign, opportunities to hear thoughtful discourse about challenging topics are tremendously appreciated.
WexfordPrairie via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/09/22
Recent Episodes
How should Christians think about the insurrection at the Capitol one year later? What’s the point of reading those long genealogies in Scripture? Do leaders in ministry have to use social media? On this week’s Q&A episode of The Russell Moore Show, Moore answers these questions and more....
Published 01/12/22
Published 01/12/22
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Published 12/22/21
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