The Christ the Center panel talk with Dr. Russell Moore, senior vice president of academic administration at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, about the relationship of the kingdom of Christ and politics and culture. Dr. Moore, has written a book, The Kingdom of Christ: A New Evangelical Perspective, which served as the basis of the discussion. The already/not yet nature of the kingdom was discussed as was the fact that kingdom was not be confused with any political platform. Join us for a timely conversation.
- Russell Moore
- Jeff Waddington
- Jim Cassidy
- Nick Batzig
- Camden Bucey
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