Focusing on the Family: Why being pro-family includes being pro-life

By / Oct 25

At the 2015 National Conference, Jim Daly talks about speaking with grace and truth in the public square. 

E2: Speaking with Grace and Truth in the Public Square

By / May 24

The ERLC Podcast highlights content from past conferences and events, featuring leading voices in the church and public square. 

In August, 2015, the ERLC hosted its annual National Conference at the Music City Center in Nashville, TN. The conference focused on how the gospel relates to politics.

Samuel Rodriguez on Pursuing the Lamb’s Agenda

By / Aug 11

Samuel Rodriguez speaks on pursuing Jesus’ agenda of justice and righteousness at the 2015 National Conference: The Gospel and Politics.

Jim Daly on Speaking with Grace and Truth in the Public Square

By / Aug 11

Jim Daly talks about speaking with grace and truth in the public square at the 2015 National Conference.

Jennifer Marshall on the Commitment to Life, Marriage and Religious Liberty

By / Aug 11

Jennifer Marshall on “First Things First: How a Commitment to Life, Marriage and Religious Liberty Shapes Our Political Outlook at the 2015 National Conference.

How Can Churches Engage the Public Square without Compromising the Gospel?

By / Aug 11

J.D. Greear on “Politics and the Pulpit: How Churches can Engage the Public Square without Compromising the Gospel” at the 2015 National Conference.

David Platt on the Power of the Gospel to End Human Trafficking

By / Aug 11

David Platt’s address at the 2015 National Conference was titled “End It: The Power of the Gospel to Address the Crisis of Human Trafficking.”

How Should a Church Engage in Politics?

By / Aug 11

Phillip Bethancourt (moderator), J.D. Greear, D.A. Horton, Jimmy Scroggins and Matt Carter discuss the church’s role in engaging with politics at the 2015 National Conference.

Leading Christian Thinkers Discuss the State of Evangelical Politics

By / Aug 11

Russell Moore, Michael Gerson, Ross Douthat, Erick Erickson and Rod Dreher discuss the Benedict Option, the Wilberforce Option and the state of evangelical cultural engagement.

What Should an Evangelical Approach to Politics Look Like in the Future?

By / Aug 11

Andrew Walker (moderator), Samuel Rodriguez, Barrett Duke, James K.A. Smith and Karen Swallow Prior discuss the future of evangelical engagement with politics at the 2015 National Conference.