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Barry talks with Dr. Joe Wooddell, Criswell College professor, about where to start when we want to change the world.
Barry and Winston Hottman talk about the relationship beteween science and ethics.
Barry finishes his discussion of the rule of law in American society and suggests that it doesn’t have to be a question of one or the other for a believer, but perhaps some mixture of...
Barry talks about one thing that is central to engaging our culture as Americans.
Barry talks about the importance of understanding the context of a passage in Scripture as we attempt to look at our culture through the eyes of God.
Barry Creamer talks about an important question facing believers today: is our faith acitve or passive?
Winston Hottman gets feedback from Barry on one man’s list of the seven of the most common regrets of pastors.
Barry continues in Acts 7, talking through Stephen’s sermon which is a stinging rejection of the religious leaders of his day that may just apply to us as well.
Our journey in Acts leads us to chapter 7 and Barry heads into Stephen’s illustrative sermon where we are reminded that God is always faithful even when it may not feel like it.
Barry heads back to Acts chapter 6 and suggests that the problem facing the church and its solution have one thing in common: the value placed on a life.