Founders Podcast 4: Interview with Andy Davis

Yesterday afternoon, I did my final podcast of the conference (there is another one with Dr. Tom Nettles yet to go online) with Dr. Andy Davis. I have heard much about Dr. Davis from Nathan Finn and others, and it was at T4G 06 when I first became aware of his little booklet on extended Scripture memorization. Dr. Davis is a fantastic preacher, and, in my estimation, one of the best relatively known pastors in the SBC. He is a stakeholder with the Gospel Coalition, working for a renewal within modern evangelicalism. All this and more we discuss in the fourth podcast of the conference, and I am sincerely grateful for the time he gave to sit down and share some excellent thoughts on such matters as church membership, scripture memory, the gospel, and the Great Commission.

The total listening time is approximately 43 minutes.

>> Download: FP 4 :: Interview with Andy Davis (at 08FNC)

Previous Podcasts:
3. Interview with Voddie Baucham
2. Interview with Donald Whitney
1. Interview with Tom Ascol

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  1. […] 2008, and a Memory Moleskin After the interview with Andy Davis last week, and then hearing him preach on filling your life with Scripture, I was really convicted […]


  2. […] 1. Interview with Tom Ascol 2. Interview with Donald Whitney 3. Interview with Voddie Baucham 4. Interview with Andy Davis […]


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