Russell Moore on Why the Church Needs to Confront Social Darwinianism

Russell Moore on Why the Church Needs to Confront Social Darwinianism March 10, 2016

Russell Moore is quickly becoming my second favourite Southern Baptist (behind, Timothy George – peace be upon him!), because he’s doing some good stuff like this excellent lecture on The Gospel vs. Sunday Morning Social Darwinianism.

If I had to make one ironic criticism of so much American evangelicalism, its that people who don’t believe in biological Darwinianism (monkeys into people) strangely believe in social Darwinianism with Christian tinting (God helps those who help themselves, so every many for himself). This short clip from his talk is a great warning against that kind of thinking:

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