Russell D. Moore

Christian Post Guest Columnist

Is Easter Too Scary for Children?

Every year, around this time, parents and churches ponder how to communicate the Easter story to children, as something more than dyed eggs. The problem is, of course, that it’s impossible to talk about the resurrection of Jesus without talking about death.

Why You're Tempted

You’re being tempted right now, and so am I. Most of the time we don’t even know it. And, in every one of those moments, we want either to overestimate or underestimate the power of that temptation.

The Blood-Drained Gospel of Rob Bell

Much has been made, and rightly so, in recent days about popular preacher Rob Bell's denial of the Christian doctrine of hell in his new book Love Wins. What caused me to gasp out loud though was Bell's dismissal of the blood of Jesus.

Anne Rice Hasn't Betrayed You

Anne Rice is, at best, our sister-in-Christ who is going through a dark night of the soul. She is, at the very least, someone who has encountered something of the light of Christ, is drawn to it, and is now "kicking against the goads."

Walker Percy: Twenty Years Later

Twenty years ago—May 10, 1990—the corpse of the writer Walker Percy was pulled from his bed. Perhaps the most remarkable aspect of that moment, then and now, is the absence of the smell of gunpowder.

Pray for Russia's Orphans

I nervously switched off the television early Sunday morning as I heard my children bounding toward the door. I didn't want them to hear the news. I didn't want to hear it myself.