Earlier this year, Russell Moore published a book that amounts to a whiny screed against his current and former rivals. The book has garnered much liberal media attention landing him an interview with David French at a gay church for the Texas Tribune Festival back in September. However, Moore’s book has received critical acclaim from NPR landing in their 2023 nonfiction book recommendations.
Russell Moore took to celebrating this achievement. The only problem is that his book was celebrated alongside a host of other gay books including but not limited to The Queer Film Guide: 100 great movies that tell LGBTQIA+ stories by Kyle Turner; The Male Gazed: On Hunks, Heartthrobs, and What Pop Culture Taught Me About (Desiring) Men by Manuel Betancourt; Lesbian Love Story: A Memoir In Archives by Amelia Possanza; Hi Honey, I’m Homo!: Sitcoms, Specials, and the Queering of American Culture by Matt Baume; and more.
These are some other books NPR loved. Do you really feel good about being among this group? Do you really think it’s unclear to people why they’ve chosen to honor your book? pic.twitter.com/sA2zKn5HWL— Megan Basham (@megbasham) November 25, 2023
Russell Moore is in good company. Moreover, he’s reaping the rewards for his whoredom in the world of Evangelicalism in the form of world acclaim. Comparably, Judas sold out for less.
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