Episode 858: Dr. Russell Moore
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There was a big change in American politics this week, so to help us sort it all out, we have author, preacher and the president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, Dr. Russell Moore. We discuss how the Church can rise above divisiveness and a lot more. Plus we have our new Friday segments — RELEVANT News, our RELEVANT Recommends pick, and, of course, What’s Jesse Thinking? Don't miss it!

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