Rekindling the Intellectual, Spiritual, Creative legacy of Christians in Culture

570030711_151f6d0a97_s2.jpgAmong my most memorable Dick Staub interviews were those with Charlton Heston. We first met in Washington DC when he spoke at a lunch I attended. I needed to catch a flight and waited until he finished. I headed for a back exit, the same one he ducked into. As we reached the actual exit door alarms went off and a security guard approached. Recognizing Heston the guard waved him through. I quipped, "I'm with Moses." Heston turned, laughed and waved me through with him. We introduced ourselves and a few months later we met in Chicago for an interview, then another and another. He was literate, articulate and a gentleman who loved words as evidenced by his comments in this reprise interview.