Last week I had the tremendous privilege of sitting down for a conversation with the captain of this ship, Chris Rosebrough. It was the first time in many months that the red microphone light was ON, and I was a little nervous!
(That's because the tables were turned, and this time Chris was interviewing me rather than the other way around.)
Here's that conversation if you'd like to give it a listen:
I've interviewed Chris Rosebrough many times in the past five years, and it's kind of funny because I was usually soloing at the radio station when Chris was the guest. Behind the scenes, I knew that Chris was my go-to guy; the one who I knew could carry me through a one-hour program without me having to be nervous or anxious. He'd be the first one I'd call whenever I knew I'd be by myself.
Here are some of my favorite interviews with the Captain:
- Creeds and profession: a dying tradition?
- Friendly fire: A "Matthew 18 Moment?" [AUDIO]
- Exegesis, Eisegesis and "Narcigesis?" When the Bible becomes about you
- Collectivism in the Church: How did we get here?
- On plagiarism, tone, and tribalism