Russell Moore

Russell Moore

Editor in Chief and Director of the Public Theology Project

Russell Moore is Christianity Today's editor in chief and the director of the Public Theology Project.

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Russell Moore Wants to Keep Christianity Weird
Russell Moore Wants to Keep Christianity Weird
The public-policy leader for the largest US Protestant denomination isn’t worried over Christians’ loss of power. He says it might just be the best thing to happen to them.
  • The Rise of the Evangelical Heretic
    The Rise of the Evangelical Heretic
    Even among the faithful, Christian orthodoxy has taken a backseat to cultural and political tribalism.
  • Don’t Quiet Quit the Church
    Don’t Quiet Quit the Church
    We should continue to let ourselves be amazed by God’s good work whenever and wherever we find it.
  • What Church Splits Can Teach Us About a Dividing America
    What Church Splits Can Teach Us About a Dividing America
    As in the past, one can learn about our nation’s political divisions by looking at our religious ones.
  • Born-Again Hope in a Time of Lizard-Brain Fear
    Born-Again Hope in a Time of Lizard-Brain Fear
    Only walking in the Spirit can renew our fleshly thinking into a kingdom mindset.
  • Why Shamelessness Is a Superpower
    Why Shamelessness Is a Superpower
    In a performative age, brazenness gives an illusion of strength.
  • A Shelf Called Remember: How Frederick Buechner Built Up My Faith
    A Shelf Called Remember: How Frederick Buechner Built Up My Faith
    The late writer’s books upended the way I think about almost everything.
  • When the South Loosens its Bible Belt
    When the South Loosens its Bible Belt
    A growing breed of unchurched evangelicals is poised to heighten the culture wars.
  • The Body of Christ Keeps Score
    The Body of Christ Keeps Score
    Only revival with reformation can heal the American church from its spiritual trauma.
  • Could the Climate Crisis Make Religion Even Crazier?
    Could the Climate Crisis Make Religion Even Crazier?
    Extreme weather changes can prompt people to seek out extreme solutions and saviors.
  • Fantasy Role-Playing Is Hurting America
    Fantasy Role-Playing Is Hurting America
    How the cult of imagined heroism is bringing down our nation’s institutions.