Russell Moore says pastors should speak about the sanctity of human life not as an “external issue,” but one that affects people sitting in their pews.
A changing of the guard both in moderate Baptist life and the Southern Baptist Convention’s public policy agency, challenges to Obamacare and the 200th anniversary of Baptist missions in the U.S. topped Baptist newsmakers in 2013 headlines covered by Associated Baptist Press.
Russell Moore of the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission discusses family, his experience covering CBF meetings as a reporter for Baptist Press and differences between his agency and the rival Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty.
Russell Moore of the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, was among a small group of faith leaders invited to the White House today to discuss immigration reform with President Obama.
Russell Moore says he isn’t calling for disengagement but rather for reassessing the strategy for engaging in the culture wars.
Russell Moore of the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission says Obamacare penalizes those who “won’t sing out of the hymn book of the church of the sexual revolution.”
An upcoming Supreme Court case could clear up confusion over the government’s use of “legislative prayer” at public meetings.
Russell Moore, head of the SBC Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, weighed in on a panel discussion on faith, culture and religious liberty in the 21st century.
Georgia pastor Peter Lumpkins says SBC agency heads “cannot and should not” align with individuals or organizations in ways that harm the reputation of all Southern Baptists.
A preacher tainted by unproven allegations of covering up sexual abuse is returning to a Southern Baptist seminary campus after a convention resolution urged “discernment” about identifying with individuals perceived as being soft on pedophiles.