Why I Chose to Uninvite Bishop Spong by Dave Moore

Why I Chose to Uninvite Bishop Spong

Dave Moore on Dialogue with Heretics

For just over three years it has been my great privilege to host a weekly radio program, “Moore About Faith.” The program addresses the interface of theology and culture. In other words, I talk about almost anything. Most of the time, I interview a guest, usually on a recent book he’s written.

The remainder of the program finds me interacting with listeners over some critical issue of the day. As Thoreau quipped years ago, it does at times seem to mean talking about the whooping cough of the Princess Adelaide. The “Darva Conger” stories are all too common in our prurient and media-soaked culture.

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