Do Christians want leaders or lemmings? Russell Moore is under attack for his outspoken opposition to Donald Trump. But he argued his convictions based on his understanding of Scripture, despite overwhelming pressure to stay silent. Agree or disagree with his position, one has to admit that this is precisely what good leaders do.
“Does this make you more feminist?” The question came from a female reporter for a secular magazine, who was interviewing me for an upcoming story on the gender gap in the evangelical church. I had recently published an article expressing my dismay that some evangelical leaders, mostly men, were defending and minimizing Trump’s reprehensible comments
I never thought I’d see the day when leading evangelicals would publicly espouse that character doesn’t matter — and that promoting sexual assault is simply “bad boy talk.” Yet, that’s precisely what’s happening in the wake of a newly released video showing Donald Trump gloating over his sexual exploits with married women. I honestly don’t know
If you had asked me three months ago what the greatest threat to evangelicalism is, I might have said the evangelical Left. For the past decade, I have been dismayed as more and more professed evangelicals have abandoned biblical orthodoxy and have embraced gay marriage, socialism and recently – the notion that Muslims and Christians
Forgiveness for Charleston Shooter, a Supreme Court Victory for an Arizona Church, and Saeed Abedini’s 1,000th Day in Prison
Our nation grieves for the families of the church shooting victims in Charleston, while marveling at their forgiveness and love. Truly, this response showed that in our darkest hour, Christ’s light shines the brightest. Meanwhile, Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention urges South Carolina to remove a flag that’s become a symbol of racism;