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Barry talks with Representative Van Taylor about his service to Texas and his announcement of candidacy for Open Texas Senate District 8.
Barry talks about teaching the Scriptures, whether it be poetry or narrative.
Barry talks with Dr. Joe Wooddell about the value of education and how a believer can go about influencing their culture.
Winston and Bill tell another story in church history, this time about a German theologian, musician, philosopher, and physician and talk about the importance of what a believer actually believes.
Everett Berry, our favorite theologian, stops by to continue the conversation about differing answers within Christian thought about salvation and apostasy.
Dr. David Henderson talks with a teacher-musician, Catherine Meekins, about teaching the Bible to children through music. To find out more, head to Catherine’s website: www.catherinemeekins.com.
Barry talks with Kelly Monroe Kullberg, founder of The Veritas Forum, to talk about immigration and the economy in America.
Dr. Everett Berry drops by to talk about all the topics that revolve around salvation and the possibility of apostasy.
Dr. Stephen C. Meyer, Director of the Discovery Institute’s Center for Science and Culture, joins us to talk about a recent event that occured in a college classroom where Intelligent Design was cast out while Darwinism was...
Barry Creamer talks again about how important our treatment of “strangers” is and why more people means more productivity.