Forum: The Pastor and Politics

By Staff
Jun 7, 2013

The forum “The Pastor and Politics,” held on Wednesday, October 24, 2012, was designed to help students think through the relationship between ministry and politics in light of the upcoming presidential election. Dr. Russell Moore was interviewed by Andrew Walker, from the Heritage Foundation.

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