I have a lot of respect for Russell Moore, the President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. Moore is a consistently wise, charitable, courageous, thoughtful, articulate, insightful, biblically-faithful voice on contemporary issues. So, I was intrigued to see a major profile of him in The New Yorker. It’s a long, interesting, and (I think) quite fair piece. If you take the time to read it, you’ll learn more about the Southern Baptist Convention, about religion and politics, about the current state of religion in our country, and about Russell Moore. Read it here.