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Southern Baptists Face Their #MeToo Moment

A report on sexual abuse has rocked the denomination. How will it respond? via NYT Opinion https://nyti.ms/2IaDtjf

  • “Jesus does not cover up sin within the temple of his presence. He brings everything hidden to light. We should too. When we downplay or cover over what has happened in the name of Jesus to those he loves we are not “protecting” Jesus’ reputation.
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Russell Moore

My Message to Russell Moore and the ERLC

For those that don’t know, the ERLC is the social justice wing of the Southern Baptist Convention. Formed under the auspices of helping to promoted the gospel and its power to address social problems, it has become a mouthpiece not for the rank-and-file, Bible-believing Southern Baptist church member, but for the politically-motivated, doctrinally-liberal, Social Justice Warriors. 474 more words

The “Full Gospel”

Is John MacArthur Right About Social Justice? (Part 3 of 6)

“The story of the fall from the book of Genesis tells of relational damage in four directions: between the self and God, the self and the self, the self and other people, and the self and the created order.

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Russell Moore offers help for families

My copy of Russell Moore’s book, The Storm-Tossed Family, arrived this weekend. Russell:

These families of ours can be filled with joy, but will always make us vulnerable to pain.

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15 quotes from Dr. Russell Moore's latest book "The Storm-Tossed Family."

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  1. Our family mirrors to the outside world the kind of person we want others to see us to be. If something is away with our family, we are afraid that people will conclude that something is badly wrong with us (9).
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An Anchor for the Storm-Tossed Family

Quite frankly, I wasn’t eager to read about “the storm-tossed family.”

But as I began to read Russell Moore’s latest book, I had to restrain myself from bombarding a friend with texted pictures of underlined passages from the book. 1,629 more words