by John Ellis
When my editor asked me to write something about Russell Moore and the ERLC, I almost said, “No.” Many of my friends know Russell Moore, and among those friends, a variety of opinions of Moore and ERLC are represented. However, I have never met Moore and my opinions about his work at the ERLC are in a constant state of flux, at least, for now. Being approached with the assignment, I thought, “What could I possibly add to the conversations? Especially considering that I’m not really sure about my own opinions regarding Russell Moore and the ERLC.”
Well, as you can see if you click the link below, I eventually found a positive answer to my own question. That’s not to say that I’ve resolved my own opinions about Russell Moore, but I do believe that I have something to say of value about the whole dust-up that is still continuing among the Southern Baptist Convention regarding Russell Moore and his place at the ERLC. On a personal level, I’m extremely curious to hear their thoughts about my article from my friends who know Moore and who don’t hold his work in a high regard. They will share their thoughts and I will catalog those thoughts in my brain for future consideration without ever writing about them. Sorry. I never want my friends to wonder if I’m going to publicly disclose their conversations with me or not. I do love living in DC, though.
To read my thoughts about Russell Moore and the ERLC, click the link below.