Rosenberg’s Failure leads to Meeting with Presidents and Princes | Inside The Epicenter | Ep. 35
A once self-proclaimed "Never Trumper," Joel Rosenberg was surprised to find himself speaking with President Trump.
Even more surprising than finding himself in the Oval Office was the question the president asked him.
A failed political consultant turned author, Rosenberg's career path was already unconventional. But it's been the unbelievable opportunities that have resulted that have been the most shocking.
Episode 35 of Inside The Epicenter with Joel C. Rosenberg gives listeners the whole story as he shares about the highs and lows of his career. Rosenberg also shares why God won't let him quit writing just to run The Joshua Fund, a nonprofit humanitarian organization he and his wife Lynn started in 2006 to bless Israel and Her Neighbors.
Rosenberg's meeting with Trump and answering questions about his faith—"How can you be Jewish and believe in Jesus?"—is just one of the many examples of God opening doors in unlikely places.
Those unlikely places? The palaces of some of the most influential leaders in the Middle East.
Podcast listeners hear the fascinating details about his encounters with King Abdullah II of Jordan, President of Egypt Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, Crown Prince Mohammad bin Zayed of the United Arab Emirates, and Mohammad bin Salman Saudi Arabia's crown prince and deputy prime minister.
Episode 35 also contains a Q&A portion from a live audience. Rosenberg answers questions about anti-Semitism, supersessionism, evangelizing to Jews and Arabs, and more.
Inside The Epicenter is available on all major platforms and quickly rose to the top 3% of podcasts worldwide in its first year, finding an audience eager to hear Rosenberg's expert opinion on what's happening in the Epicenter and how it relates to Biblical prophecy.