Interview with Scot McKnight

Yesterday I hosted the Jerry Johnson Live radio program in Dallas, Texas. My guest for the first half of the show was Dr. Scot McKnight, professor of religious studies at Northpark University in Chicago, Illinois. While Dr. McKnight did a great job, I’m afraid I may not have. Unfortunately, many of our listeners had trouble understanding what the emerging church is even after our discussion of it. I chalk this up to my less-than-perfect interviewing skills.

Thankfully, I can refer my readers and anyone who listened to yesterday’s show to Dr. McKnight’s very clear essay, “The Future or Fad? A Look at the Emerging Church Movement.” Also, Dr. McKnight writes regularly about all things emerging at his online blog, If my interview didn’t give a clear enough picture of where Dr. McKnight is coming from, those resources will.

Thanks to Dr. McKnight for his willingness to be a part of our show.


Michael said…
Are mp3 recordings available online?
4/08/2006 04:06:22 PM
KeepingThought said…
I thought the show was good, but I know a little about the emergent church movement.Good Job Dr. Burk


4/08/2006 04:31:51 PM
Mark said…
another one for the .mp3 media.Let us know..

4/08/2006 04:53:46 PM
Denny Burk said…
I will have an MP3 of the show. I will see if I can post it.Thanks,

4/08/2006 07:13:09 PM
revnace said…
How often do you host the show? Didn't know you had that talk show talent… thanks for the essay.
4/10/2006 03:12:38 PM
Denny Burk said…
Thanks for the comment Nate. I am usually on the show about once or twice a week.Luf,

4/10/2006 03:25:32 PM



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