NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) — The inquiry into the SBC's policy arm, headed by Moore, a vocal critic of President Trump since his first campaign for the White House, comes after complaints from members to the SBC's Executive Committee.
(RNS) — Russell Moore, head of the Southern Baptist Convention's public policy arm, talks about how Southern Baptists feel the attack on one of their churches personally, and can remain divided on gun control.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (USA Today) — The Friday morning panel prompted a demonstration from Faith in America, a nonprofit that tries to stop 'harmful anti-LGBT religious teachings.'
(RNS) You and I are followers of Christ in a deeply polarized nation. Let's have a courageous conversation to pave a way forward together.
(RNS) Although his apology for being 'unnecessarily harsh' toward Trump supporters was accepted by the Southern Baptist Convention's top brass, the public voice of America's largest denomination still faces a groundswell of grass-roots discontent.
(RNS) Southern Baptists are threatening to withhold funds from Moore's agency. But they need him more than he needs them, writes Jonathan Merritt.
Moore was asked to speak on an ethic of life, but diverted his talk midway to offer withering statements on homosexuality.
Conservative Christians are repeating the same mistakes they once made in the fight over LGBT rights and marriage. As a result, they are doomed to lose gender debates.
We should celebrate the humility and courage it takes to say “I got that wrong.” But Christian leaders must ask how this situation might help them become more prudent in expressing their opinions going forward.
The Southern Baptists are preparing to battle LGBT protections legislation. Should they?
Often the losers knit together a version of past events that disposes of the more damning details and casts their side in a more favorable light. But when it comes to history, forgetting the facts is a most dangerous delusion.
An ancient rabbi once said that if you prove you can’t be trusted in small things, it will be difficult for others to trust you when it matters most.
We all do things we believe are effective that really aren't.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (RNS) Russell Moore said the work of racial reconciliation isn’t just for people whose “bedsheets have eyeholes,” he said, referring to the Ku Klux Klan. It’s for articulate people whose racism finds expression in complex and indirect ways.
Two evangelicals get the story all wrong on Christian parenting.
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