The podcast is up! Last Words Radio let me know they were going to critique my 14 Reasons to Stop Evangelizing Your Friends. Over Twitter before the show, I suggested that we make it a Celebrity Deathmatch, where my claymation figure takes on their claymation figures in a wrestling match to the death. Fight! Fight!
I had originally planned to write a Part 4 in my This I Used to Believe series critiquing their response to Trisha. But because this latest show focused specifically on what I wrote, it clearly highlights the differences in our philosophies, approaches to evangelism, and understandings of the gospel. So now I’m wondering if it’s worth doing Part 4; it may still be valuable, especially if Trisha gets around to writing her response to them.
I missed the first eight minutes of the show (busy tucking my girls into bed), but was then able to connect with Dru and Tony on the show’s chat room. So I had a small “voice” on the air as they read aloud some of the things I typed in response to them.
One of my favorite parts is at 45:30 where Dru reads a section of Part 3 where I quote Leonard Sweet. If you listen carefully it sounds like Tony may be sighing at the mere mention of Len’s name. But what makes me laugh out loud is Dru reading the quote but inserting a one-word comment, “…Emergent…” Too funny!
But of course, my favorite part is at 9:45 when Dru mentions the Celebrity Deathmatch, and Tony says I must be a professional cage fighter! All in all, I was very pleased that despite our significant differences, they were fun and pleasant to talk with. I like these guys!
The podcast is available in two places:
- If you have iTunes, click here. You can listen directly or download it to your computer or iPod.
- If you don’t have iTunes, what is wrong with you? 😉 Go to the podcast at Last Words Radio and click the microphone in the center of the image to begin playing.
It’s an hour long, so what you might do is download it to your iPod and listen to it in sections in the car. Then I’d love to hear what you thought. Be nice! Let’s discuss ideas, not slam people.
Thanks again to Last Words Radio for including me on their show.