In this week’s episode of The Bulletin, hosts Mike Cosper, Nicole Martin, and editor in chief Russell Moore gather with special guests legal analyst Sarah Isgur and CT writer Hannah Anderson to talk about current events shaping the public consciousness. Hannah talks with our hosts about the new Barbie movie and the latest top song on the Christian music charts. Sarah joins the conversation for a discussion of former president Trump’s latest indictments.

Join Beth Moore for a special evening as she interviews her friend, Russell Moore, about faith, culture, and his new book, Losing Our Religion: An Altar Call for Evangelical America.

Joining us this week:
Hannah Anderson is an author and speaker who lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia with her husband and three children. Her work explores themes of human flourishing with a particular focus on how ecology, gender, and socioeconomics affect spiritual formation. Besides being a regular contributor to Christianity Today, she has authored multiple books including All That’s Good: Recovering the Lost Art of Discernment and the recently released Heaven and Nature Sing.

Sarah Isgur is currently a staff writer at The Dispatch, hosts the legal podcast Advisory Opinions, and frequently appears as a legal analyst on cable news. Prior to joining The Dispatch, Sarah served in the Justice Department as the Director of the Office of Public Affairs and as Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General.

Resources Referenced:
What if We're the Bad Guys Here?
Barbie and Ken Go East of Eden | Christianity Today
In the beginning, there was Barbie
High school boys are trending conservative | The Hill
Opinion | ‘Huberman Husbands,’ ‘Bro Diets’ and the ‘Masculine’ Branding of Fitness Culture - The New York Times
Opinion | Christine Emba: Men are lost. Here’s a map out of the wilderness. - The Washington Post

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