Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore examines implications for religious liberty and the church following the Supreme Court's Title VII ruling Monday (June 15) on gender identity and discrimination.
The Cooperative Program, Russell Moore writes, undergirds the Ethnics & Religious Liberty Commission in "equipping our churches and contending for the faith in the midst of a hostile culture."
Russell Moore's advice to college-bound high school grads: You need the church, not just a campus ministry. "Your attitude toward the church reveals your attitude toward Jesus," Moore, president of the SBC Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, writes.
Are millennials lazy, selfish and entitled? Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, shares his observations.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- I watched a video that I'm ashamed to say I viewed. No, it wasn't pornography -- at least not the kind of pornography we typically think of. The video was the live shooting of two television journalists as they were reporting in Virginia. At the time, I saw the post on Twitter, which noted "unexplained shooting noises." When I watched the clip, I assumed there was gunshots around them and that the journalist and her interviewee had ducked for cover. It wasn't until later that I learned that what I had seen was a cold-blooded murder streaming across my Twitter feed.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Some Christian parents wonder how to explain to their small children the Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage. How does one teach about the law and the controversy without exposing one's children to more than they can handle? First of all, make no mistake: You should talk to your children about this.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- In the 1970s Bruce Jenner seemed to have it all -- fame, wealth, admiration. He was an Olympic star, so popular in American culture that he was reputedly considered for the roles of both Superman and James Bond.
Russell Moore urges prayer for the Supreme Court's deliberations on marriage. "It is a watershed moment in our nation's history," he writes.
Columnist Russell Moore explains how the recent tragedy in Connecticut is part of Satan's overall effort to undermine God's Kingdom.
Only God knows what is going to happen at the next Evangelical Theological Society debate on what it means to call oneself an "evangelical." Or does He? The Evangelical Theological Society, meeting in Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 15-17, heard papers and plenary sessions on this year's theme, "Israel: Past, Present, and Future." Heated panel discussions and […]