To watch Russell Moore dodging the question concerning his assertion Jesus was an illegal alien, click here.
Joseph Randall Spurgeon’s contributed article [click here]addressed Dr. Moore’s claims that Jesus was an “illegal alien,” and it was also touched upon in Pulpit & Pen Contributor Ken Fryer’s article [click here].
Although Moore hasn’t addressed the concerns of our contributors or those who have asked for clarification is social media, he was given no choice but to finally answer a question when asked on live television by a caller while on CSPAN.
Notice that the caller asked Moore to defend his assertion that Jesus was an illegal alien. Notice instead that Moore dodged the question and spoke of Jesus’ mere immigration (or sojourn) in Egypt.
A special thanks to Joshua Breland for posting this clip on YouTube at Faith, Etc (I have no idea how he finds this stuff).
[Contributed by JD Hall]
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