My Appearance on the Albert Mohler Program

You can now listen to my interview with on the radio program with Dr. Albert Mohler!

What thoughtful questions, and what a gracious, welcoming way he has with guests on the show. It was a privilege to speak with him.

Keep your eyes on this page too, if you’d like to hear my conversation with Kim Jeffries on KTIS this morning.

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About Jeffrey Overstreet

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  • http://www.adamwalter.blogspot.com/ awalter

    I gave this book 50 pages before giving up on it. Of those 50 pages, about 45 were exposition. I’m sure it eventually gets interesting, but I find that I’ve got less and less time for self-indulgence like this. Still, I heard Chabon speak a couple weeks ago, and he’s both very interesting and an honest-to-God nice guy. I really love his horror stories, “In the Black Mill” & “The God of Dark Laughter.”

  • Mark

    Great job. I love great cinematography, so I’m even more curious to see Children of Men. Especially if it’s “groundbreaking.”