Christianity Today features SBTS’ Moore on 9/11 anniversary

Communications Staff — August 31, 2011

The September issue of Christianity Today features an essay by Russell D. Moore, Southern Seminary’s School of Theology dean and senior vice president for academic administration. Moore writes, on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, about the appropriateness of displaying images from the infamous event.

Moore argues that images of the attacks, as difficult as the memories they produce may be, help Americans – and the world – remember the concrete and fleshy nature of our struggle against terror. But more than that, those horrors point us to cosmic warfare and the realities of Christ’s cross.

Moore’s article, “The Gospel at Ground zero: The horrors of 9/11 were not unlike those of Good Friday” is available at CT‘s Web-publishing page.

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