Dive beneath this week’s headlines with CT Media’s newest podcast, The Bulletin, hosted by director of podcasts, Mike Cosper, and editor in chief, Russell Moore.

In this week’s news roundup, Cosper and Moore sit down with guests Justin Giboney and Michael Wear to talk midterm elections, pandemic amnesty, and whether Twitter’s demise might be a net loss for the church and the world. Hear what evangelicals can learn from polling numbers, how a pro life ethic coupled with derision of vulnerability can’t survive, and what troll culture teaches us about our souls.

Joining us this week:
Justin Giboney is an attorney, political strategist and ordained minister in Atlanta, GA. He is also the co-founder and president of the AND Campaign, a coalition of urban Christians who address the sociopolitical arena with the compassion and conviction of the gospel. Giboney is the co-author of Compassion (&) Conviction - The AND Campaign's Guide to Faithful Civic Engagement.

Michael Wear is President and CEO of the Center for Christianity and Public Life, a nonpartisan institution, based in Washington, DC, with the mission to contend for the credibility of Christian resources in public life, for the public good. He is a trusted resource and advisor for a range of civic leaders on matters of faith and public life.

Books referenced:
Breaking the Social Media Prism

“The Bulletin” is a production of Christianity Today
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