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

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.
Tim Alberta Worries Politics Is Poisoning the Church
Episode 18|58min
Tim Alberta Worries Politics Is Poisoning the Church
Alberta and Moore discuss the profound political influence on modern evangelicalism.
Rachael Denhollander Calls for a Southern Baptist Reckoning on Abuse
Episode 17|40min
Rachael Denhollander Calls for a Southern Baptist Reckoning on Abuse
Denhollander and Russell Moore respond to the third-party investigation of sexual abuse in the SBC.
Jonathan Haidt Says Social Media Is Making America Stupid
Episode 16|47min
Jonathan Haidt Says Social Media Is Making America Stupid
Why leaving the shallows and pursuing deep thought really matters.
Listener Questions on Marriage, Politics, Banned Books, and More
Episode 15|56min
Listener Questions on Marriage, Politics, Banned Books, and More
Thoughts on everything from censorship to sexual intimacy.