Our favorite theologian drops by to talk with Barry about the historical and more recent attempts of evangelicals to express their values in American culture.
Barry is joined by Joe Wooddell to make his case for why raising the minimum wage would not really help the poor.
Winston Hottman and Bill Watson share Simeon’s unusual story and talk through what we can learn from him and that period in church history.
Barry and Bill Watson talk about the anti-abortion bill and the events that accompanied it in the Texas Senate.
Barry talks with Dr. David Henderson, Director of Psychology and Counseling at Criswell College, about changes at Exodus International and how we as believers can minister to those who have chosen a homosexual lifestyle.
Barry is joined by Winston Hottman again; this time to talk about metaphors, anthropomorphism, and similes in the Bible.
Winston Hottman drops by to talk with Barry about how we as believers need to learn to appreciate the different types of writing within the Scripture.
Barry conducts an interesting discussion about our government, our culture, religous freedom, the military, and social agendas.
We chat through a listener’s email response to a recent show about young earth vs. old earth creationism.
Barry talks about the balance between maintaining personal purity and the importance of continued involvement in community.