Okay, that subject line may be a little bit of an exaggeration—but perhaps not by much.

Below is a half hour interview of John Mark Reynolds by Dave Moore for the new program, “Moore Engaging.” They talk, among other things, about why Dr. Reynolds reads Plato’s Republic twice a year and Augustine’s Confessions every year.

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3 thoughts on “An Interview with the Most Interesting Man in the World”

  1. Bill Burns says:

    Man, I can’t believe NO ONE has yet commented on what a great interview this is. What a thoroughly good use of one’s time is spent listening in to Dr. Reynolds as he ranges over the landscape of literary, historical, religious, moral and philosophical themes. His students friends and family are fortunate souls.

    Thanks for posting!

  2. SMP says:

    Wonderful interview. Inspiring, encouraging. Love the tactile interaction with books actually seen in this video interview.
    Additions to my reading list: Plato Augustine, Diary of a Slave Girl, Frederick Douglas. I better get moving.

  3. E.C. Hock says:

    Great interview! It’s one of the most interesting ones through the Gospel Coalition site.

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