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Christianity Today, Russell Moore
The Russell Moore Show
Listen in as Russell Moore, director of Christianity Today’s Public Theology Project and Editor-in-Chief, 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 773 ratings
Living in a christian utopia!
This guy doesn’t seem to live in reality women are looking at porn and are masturbating as well . It like he is set in the 70’s and the fact he thinks kids d do better a church setting then not isn’t true at all I have seen kid from my youth group grow up to be heathens because of there own...Read full review »
siinerman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/15/23
German church book
What was the name of the book referenced about German churchgoers and their changing viewpoints? You could put the answer on Threads or Twitter.
Robbiepolitico via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/26/23
Russell Moore is an anti-Christian professional clown. Don’t be fooled.
Smallbanner via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 07/30/23
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