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Topic - Russell D. Moore
Megachurch pastor Rick Warren and religious liberty advocate Russell Moore predicted the U.S. Supreme Court would find in favor of a family-owned corporation challenging a mandate to pay for abortion-inducing contraceptives against their beliefs.
A Catholic bishop and a Baptist pastor urged members of the U.S. Senate to address the "dire situation" facing Christians in the Middle East, proposing a special religious freedom envoy to the region.
Last week, the Rev. Louie Giglio, pastor of Atlanta's Passion City Church, was pressured to withdraw from giving the benediction at President Obama's second inaugural ceremony.
"This isn't a word of prophecy, but I think we're going to win this Supreme Court case, I really do," said Russell D. Moore, a Southern Baptist theologian and president of the denomination's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, to attendees at Monday evening's panel discussion on "Hobby Lobby and the Future of Religious Liberty."
Moore added, "If we lose this case, the gospel is not lost. If the United States crumbles away, it's not lost. I'm spending all my time right now making sure we stay out of jail, but there is one thing worse than going to jail: And that is staying out of jail and sacrificing the gospel of Jesus Christ."