russell moore

A question hovers over "traditional" evangelicals such as me, wistful for the pre-1980 era when the term defined a solid theological position divorced from politics: What to do? Should we hunt for a different label? Maybe so.
Donald Trump's entire philosophy of life is predicated on the belief that power and wealth are the zenith of what is important and good in the world -- not more old-fashioned values like basic human decency. Is there a clearer antithesis to what Jesus preached in the gospels?
Sources: In his 1612 treatise, "A Short Declaration of the Mistery of Iniquity," Thomas Helwys, one of the pioneers of Baptist
The resolution calls for Southern Baptist churches to discontinue displaying the Confederate flag as a "sign of solidarity of the whole Body of Christ."
I'm not sure Donald Trump has the personal conviction to be a racist. He just sells racism -- and that's worse. Trump's racial, religious, and gender bigotry will lose him many religious Americans, including those whom the media has often called "values voters."
Last Monday's Sightings surveyed recent on-line religion stories and found only one about Southern Baptists. This was strange or exceptional or meant some overlooking of items on our part.
Sadly, the silence from Christian leaders once so outspoken about the doctored Planned Parenthood videos has become deafening. But the absence of their leadership shouldn't stop the rest of us from seeking forgiveness no matter how much we may disagree with our neighbors.
National Review editor Rich Lowry is now leading an effort urging conservatives to speak out against Donald Trump and oppose his candidacy.
The best cookbooks do more than just present recipes -- they offer a glimpse into a particular place or style of cooking that can change the way we view the food on our plates. While running your last minute holiday errands be sure to swing through a bookstore to load up on house gifts and stocking stuffers.
(RNS) Russell Moore, head of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, will interview Republican
We need an American identity built on a foundation of that shared history--not a whitewashed version of it, but one that can, as President Obama declared in Selma, "look upon our imperfections and decide that it is in our power to remake this nation to more closely align with our highest ideals."
When it comes to marriage equality in the United States, the church too often has been on the wrong side of history.
Or will conservative white Christians in the South resist change even as a growing number of Republican leaders — including
I've noticed on my social network feeds that many of my white sisters and brothers reply #AllLivesMatter. Yes, yes they do. But do my white sisters and brothers realize that in this very moment these microaggressions are like another death by a thousand Facebook posts?
Would you say the religious faction of the Republican Party has lost some of its influence? Do people of faith have less
This week the nation reels over the murder of praying Christians in an historic African-American church in Charleston, South
The new push echoes earlier calls for Obama to fill the State Department’s ambassador-at-large for international religious
Robert George, a Princeton law professor and anti-abortion activist, tied the #BlackLivesMatter social media hashtag to the