Russell Moore: Why We Need a Persuasive, not Coercive, Voice

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Russell Moore’s new book Onward: Engaging the Culture without Losing the Gospel has garnered multiple accolades, including an award from Christianity Today.

Recently, Moore spoke about Onward  with Dougald McLaurin, the Reference Coordinator at the Library @ SEBTS. In particular, the two discuss about why Christians should have a persuasive, not coercive, voice.

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