Chris Rosebrough is the founder of Pirate Christian Media and operates the Fighting for the Faith podcast.
Rosebrough is a Lutheran polemicist and has a longstanding career in discernment ministry, opposing Word-Faith heretics, the prosperity gospel charlatans, and hyper-charismatics.
JD and Chris discuss changes in the world of discernment since they first began their respective ministries, how the Internet has changed discernment, and the role of media in getting discernment directly to the people and around the conventional media gatekeepers.
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