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Russell Moore

Letters: Grateful for ethics interest

Grateful for ethics interest

Regarding the profile on Russell Moore, I rejoice that the Southern Baptist Convention now does have a spokesperson on the vitally important area of Christian ethics.

Having majored in that area in seminary and now taught sociology for over three decades at one of our Baptist universities, there are always enduring and emerging issues which require very thoughtful and consideration before statements are made. In these days of immediate and almost constant communication to the society at large, it is of utmost importance that reflection is given before words are released to the nation and world.

Even though I differ with Dr. Moore on some of his positions—not a surprise among ethicists—I am impressed he wants to engage in dialogue on significant and weighty matters which influence and often affect us all.

Having been a missionary to Mexico and working as an interpreter currently, I’m particularly grateful he has a special interest in the current opportunity for our country to intervene in the urgent discussion concerning immigration reform.

Julian C. Bridges

Abilene

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