Russell Moore

Are vaccine and mask requirements religious liberty issues?

"If you are part of, say, an offshoot of Christian Science that thinks any medical treatment is a lack of faith in God, you may have a legitimate religious liberty claim, showing what your religion teaches and how you cannot carry out your faith in such circumstances. That still would not allow you to walk unmasked and coughing through a Walmart, but it would be a good-faith question to address." - Moore

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Southern Baptist leaders respond to second leaked letter from former ERLC president

"In it, Moore directly and indirectly accuses various leaders of 'stonewall[ing]' calls to address sexual abuse in the SBC. It is the second letter written by Moore to become the public within the last week. An earlier letter, written in February 2020 and addressed to the executive committee of the ERLC’s board of trustees, outlined similar concerns." - BPNews

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SBC's task force on the value of ERLC issues report

"A task force studying the effectiveness of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission issued its report today (Feb. 1), acknowledging both support within the Southern Baptist Convention for the entity and that some see it as 'a source of significant distraction from the Great Commission work of Southern Baptists.'" - BPNews

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Russell Moore: 'If I were a member of Congress, I would vote to impeach' President Trump

"'This is not about politics. This is about our country, about the rule of law and about the sanctity of human life,' Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, wrote in a Jan. 11 op-ed posted on his website." - CPost

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Christian groups say 15K cap on refugee resettlement for 2021 is 'unconscionable'

"'As evangelicals, we believe in the God-given dignity of every person in every nation,' reads a press statement by evangelical Christian leaders, including Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, under the banner of the Evangelical Immigration Table." - C.Post

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