Who do you believe and why? This week on The Bulletin, hosts Mike Cosper, Nicole Martin, and editor in chief Russell Moore seek out the truth amid the hype in stories about the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and country singer Jason Aldean’s latest controversial hit. Special guest Noah Rothman, a senior writer at National Review who has written extensively on the war, enlightens our understanding of Ukrainian history and the West’s response to the conflict. Mike, Nicole, and Russell debate the virtues and vices of engaging conspiracy theorists and talk about the dangers of the small town versus big city trope that characterizes much of country music. Listen till the end for Russell Moore’s first Taylor Swift reference on The Bulletin!

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:
Noah Rothman is an American writer, editor, former MSNBC commentator, podcaster, and author. He is a senior writer and podcast guest for National Review, and he previously served as associate editor, podcast producer, and online editor for Commentary. His most recent book, The Rise of the New Puritans: Fighting Back Against Progressives' War on Fun, was published in 2022.

Resources Referenced:
“Try That in a Small Town” by Jason Aldean
“Okie from Muskogee” by Merle Haggard
“Anti-Hero” by Taylor Swift

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