Episode 611: Russell Moore on Leaving the Southern Baptist Convention, the Real Reason the Culture is Rejecting the Church, Weaponized Nostalgia, and the Outrage Cycle
Russell Moore on leaving the Southern Baptist Convention, being tried for ‘heresy,’ why ‘normal’ leaders have stepped away and allowed fringe leaders to run the church, why the culture is really rejecting the church and the phenomenon of weaponized nostalgia and the outrage cycle.Download the Transcript
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