ERLC President Russell D. Moore on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal

By Elizabeth Bristow
Oct 24, 2013

Russell D. Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, appeared LIVE on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal Friday, Oct. 25 from 8:30-9:15 AM ET for a discussion on how evangelicals should engage politics and culture in the public square in reaction to the recent Wall Street Journal cover story. Please see press release below.

You can read Dr. Moore’s response to the Wall Street Journal article here.

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SBC’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission,
Russell D. Moore Preaches Against Pullback From Politics, Culture Wars

WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 25, 2013—Russell D. Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, appeared live on C-SPAN’s Washington Journal program for a discussion on evangelicals and ways they should be involved in politics and culture.

“If we love our neighbors we have to be engaged in the public process,” Moore said during the interview. “We have to be concerned as citizens. We have to be fighting against injustice—including injustices such as abortion, sex trafficking and pornography. But we do with an understanding of how the gospel motivates that action and we do it as people who don’t see those who disagree with us as ultimately our enemies but as people that we wish to see reconciled to God…”

Please click here to view the entire interview.

The Southern Baptist Convention is America’s largest non-Catholic denomination with more than 15.8 million members in over 46,000 churches nationwide. The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is the SBC’s ethics, religious liberty and public policy agency with offices in Nashville, Tenn. and Washington, D.C.


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