The Russell Moore Show

The Russell Moore Show

Listen in as Russell Moore, Editor in Chief and director of Christianity Today’s Public Theology Project, talks about the latest books, cultural conversations and pressing ethical questions that point us toward the kingdom of Christ.

Latest Episodes

Your Questions on Social Media and Political Weariness
Episode 28|30min
Your Questions on Social Media and Political Weariness
Producer Ashley Hales and Moore respond to listeners.
Tim Keller Says Forgiveness Is Key to Christian Witness
Episode 27|50min
Tim Keller Says Forgiveness Is Key to Christian Witness
How to let go of resentment without sacrificing justice.
Your Questions on Voting, Christian Nationalism, and Suicide
Episode 26|35min
Your Questions on Voting, Christian Nationalism, and Suicide
New producer Ashley Hales and Russell discuss pressing topics.
Sam Allberry on the Queen’s Death and the Church’s Future
Episode 25|40min
Sam Allberry on the Queen’s Death and the Church’s Future
Moore and the British apologist discuss the end of the Elizabethan age and God’s work in the global church.
Bill McKibben Tells Me Where I’m Wrong About Cultural Christianity
Episode 24|59min
Bill McKibben Tells Me Where I’m Wrong About Cultural Christianity
How suburbia, environmentalism, and the gospel intersect.
Listener Questions on Abortion, Salvation, and Virtual Church
Episode 23|1 hr
Listener Questions on Abortion, Salvation, and Virtual Church
Russell Moore engages with pressing topics.
Scott Sauls Gets Real About Depression and Anxiety
Episode 21|42min
Scott Sauls Gets Real About Depression and Anxiety
How Christians can understand our inner critic in light of the gospel.
Stephen Prothero Thinks Funerals Signal a Huge Culture Shift
Episode 20|40min
Stephen Prothero Thinks Funerals Signal a Huge Culture Shift
Why are American death rituals changing?
Arthur Brooks Knows How You Can Be Happy
Episode 19|50min
Arthur Brooks Knows How You Can Be Happy
How engaging with the full range of emotions builds resilience and ultimately leads to happiness.