What happens when we see truth as “a means to tribal belonging rather than as a reality that exists outside of us,” as Russell Moore writes in his new book Losing Our Religion: An Altar Call for Evangelical America? That question is at the heart of today’s discussion between Moore and New York Times columnist and author David Brooks.

On a new Losing Our Religion episode of The Russell Moore Podcast, Moore and Brooks discuss culture-making, concentrations of power, and complex social situations. They ponder the potential impact of the recent affirmative action decision and how artificial intelligence might influence college admissions. Moore and Brooks consider how remembering the humanity of our conversation partners affects the way we dialogue. Their conversation covers the wokeness war, gender and sexuality, and political divides between men and women.

Tune in for a rich discussion of belief, belonging, and building a better world.

This special series of episodes around Russell Moore’s newest book, Losing Our Religion: An Altar Call for Evangelical America, explores the Christian faith in confusing times.

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