SBC’s Moore, Page unite in wake of Baptist controversy over Trump

Russell Moore preaching at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Oct. 9, 2011. (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons via Religion News Service)

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NASHVILLE (USA Today)—Southern Baptist leader Russell Moore, an outspoken critic of President Trump, and another top-ranking denominational leader discussed strengthening ties across the Protestant network of churches in meeting that occurred amid buzz that Moore’s job was at risk.

A joint statement issued March 13 by Moore, who leads the Southern Baptist Convention’s public policy arm, and Frank Page, the president of the denomination’s Executive Committee, said that afternoon’s two-hour meeting deepened their friendship and understanding on how to move the denomination forward.

Read the full article at Religion News Service.




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