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Russell Moore

  1. religion
    The Southern Baptist Church Is Going to Hell in a HandbasketAllegations of racism, sexual abuse, and idolatry toward Donald Trump are emanating from well-known figures in the largest Protestant denomination.
  2. Trump Border Policies Uniting the Faithful — Against HimFrom religious progressives to Trump’s conservative Evangelical friends, the “zero tolerance” policy is under heavy theological attack.
  3. What the Christian Right Sowed, Trump ReapedA prominent Evangelical who once advised George W. Bush makes the case that his fellow believers lost their way long before falling into Trump’s lap.
  4. No, Sexual Abuse of Minors Isn’t a Plus for Alabama VotersAlabama’s patriarchal culture may provide some cover for sexual predators. But a more likely reason for sympathy for Roy Moore is hatred of the media.
  5. Forgotten Mainline Protestants Challenge Evangelicals to Stand Up to TrumpWhile most conservative evangelical leaders are avid Trump fans or passive enablers, mainline Protestants are urging them to show some independence.
  6. Some Conservative Christians Still Object to the ‘Heathen’ in the White HouseWhile most conservative Christians cheered Trump’s victory, influential intellectuals like Ross Douthat think it would be better to turn inward.
  7. Baptist Leader Could Pay the Price for Opposing TrumpRussell Moore spoke out against the billionaire candidate. Hard-line powers of the Christian right don’t seem ready to let him forget that.
  8. Trump Victory Gives Christian Right a Second WindThe crisis Trump’s candidacy produced in some conservative evangelical circles abated with his election victory. But some issues still remain.
  9. Why Donald Trump’s Campaign Could Prove to Be the Death of the Christian RightEven as most white conservative Evangelicals prepare to vote for Donald Trump, he’s unleashed tensions that could change the Christian right for good.
  10. How Donald Trump Has Split the Christian RightFracturing a coalition that has held firm for nearly four decades.