I've had the delight now of appearing three times on the Janet Mefferd radio show. The lady's all over the place, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that she has the kind of guests that make for a show I'd be lucky to appear on as a caller.
What I love about her as an interviewer is that she knows her stuff, and she lets her guests talk. I was on shows where the hosts clearly hadn't read my books, yet they asked plenty decent questions. Janet's went well beyond. And they weren't softballs — just really juicy, the kind that make you want to swing for the parking lot.
Here you can listen to Janet and me chatting about applied apologetics.
Now that it's over, I'll tell you I was worried about it. I am in no sense an apologetics specialist, like Sye Ten Bruggencate or the like. I'm just passionate about it, and have done a decent bit of reading, thought, and practice. But when I was offered a half-hour or an hour, I picked the latter, hung up, and immediately thought — "Oh... was that smart?"
As I thought and prayed and prepared, I actually did have the fear that I'd run out, or she'd stump me with some basic question that your average well-read iguana would be able to answer. But neither happened.