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WATCH: Dr. Russell Moore on How Christians Should Engage in Politics

In this week’s episode of the NR Facebook Live interview series, I had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Coalition (ERLC). Instead of focusing on the drama of news cycle, we spoke about a topic Moore has spent a lot of time on: Christian participation in culture and politics. His 2015 book, “Onward: Engaging the Culture Without Losing the Gospel” talks extensively about the subject. Christians interested in responsibly and lovingly engaging in politics — no matter which side of the aisle they land — will enjoy Moore’s thoughts on a variety of related topics here: 

Interview with Russell Moore

Check out Ericka Andersen's interview with Dr. Russell Moore, in which they discuss Christianity in a rapidly changing culture, how Christians should respond to political turmoil and remaining confident in your faith in the storm.Items discussed: Onward: Engaging the Culture Without Losing the Gospel: Moore's Podcast, Signposts: Moment with Bryan Koppelman:'s the Thing with Alec Baldwin:

Posted by National Review on Thursday, May 18, 2017


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