Yesterday the Internet was abuzz with news that Anne Rice has renounced Christianity. The best-selling vampire novelist, who professed faith in Christ several years ago and has since written several books about Jesus and her conversion, publicly quit Christianity on her Facebook page. There’s a real opportunity here that hinges on how we respond to this, or, rather, how we respond to her. Anne said that she was leaving Christianity
Anne Rice Hasn't Betrayed You
Back before I went on this extended hiatus (finishing up this new book), I received a question from a reader about whether it was ethical and neighbor-loving to display a picture of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. You can read his query here, along with comments from other readers about what he should do. Below are my thoughts on the situation. Dear Not-a-Neoconfederate, As I write this, I can see
This lesson on “Patriotism and the Gospel” was originally taught on Sunday, July 4, 2010 at the Kingdom First Bible fellowship of Highview Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. You can find more sermons and other audio from Dr. Moore at our media page.
Before you start judging me, I don’t read Stephen King’s horror books, and never have (not that there’s anything wrong with that). In the past year, though, I did read, for the second time, King’s insightful little book on writing, called On Writing. In the book I came across an anecdote I’d highlighted the first time around that I’d forgotten about. King writes about how he came to see that
Blessed Are the Ignorant (1 Sam 28:1-25) from Russell Moore on Vimeo. This sermon, “Blessed Are the Ignorant” (1 Sam. 28:1-25), was originally preached on Sunday, June 27, 2010 at Highview Baptist Church in Louisville, Kentucky. You can find more sermons and other audio from Dr. Moore at our media page.