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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Radio Broadcast

Today I was interviewed on the internet radio program, "Gospel, Gifts & Grace." We were able to discuss Biblical paradoxes in some depth. May God be glorified through this. Here's a link if you'd like to listen (the interview starts about 20 minutes into the hour-long broadcast).

The show is hosted by Jeff Fuller and Chris DeVidal from


  1. Derek,

    My, aren't we just the media darling! An author at Theoparadox, a musician on Youtube and, now, a radio celebrity guest on 3G BlogTalk Radio.

    And you are also a shameless plugger. I can only be thankful that everybody involved so mangled the word "agonizomai" that only people with advanced degrees in phonics and/or Koine Greek will ever interpret what was said and actually put it to use in finding me. What a relief!

    I admire your grit in doing the interview and hope you get to be on again. I liked the way you kept pointing to the simplicity that is in Christ and that (in so many words) we have been given enough clarity that we are responsible for believing the gospel.

    I hope that you will still talk to me now that you are famous.



  2. Tony,

    I thought you would appreciate the way I slipped in a plug for your blog without saying too much. There's much more I could have said, but I'm trying to respect your wishes for relative anonymity and contain my enthusiasm for your excellent posts at the same time. I have to say it's one of the best blogs I've run across - far better than this one.

    By the way, thanks for suggesting I write a blog. It's a lot of fun, and very encouraging to "virtually" meet others from many places who are passionate about the Gospel.

    Grace & peace,


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