ERLC’s Russell Moore to appear on PBS Religion & Ethics Newsweekly

By Elizabeth Bristow
Aug 22, 2014

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, is scheduled to join as a guest on PBS Religion & Ethics Newsweekly this weekend to discuss the issue of race relations and the aftermath of the events in Ferguson, Mo. Please check your local listing for the air time. It will also be posted online. We hope you’re able to watch.

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