Vaccine Hesitancy and the Future of the Evangelical Movement with Theologian Russell Moore

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Evangelical Christians represent the largest religious group in America. Their votes and endorsements are coveted by both political parties, and leaders of the movement continue to impact the national discourse. But as the COVID-19 rages on in the U.S., nearly one-quarter of White evangelicals are refusing to get vaccinated, fueling a pandemic of vaccine skepticism that health experts worry could lead to a dangerous fourth surge. Renowned theologian Russell Moore joins Washington Post senior writer Frances Stead Sellers for a conversation focused on the future of the Evangelical movement in the U.S., its outsized influence in American politics and efforts to combat vaccine hesitancy in the Bible Belt.



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