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Barry heads back to chapter eight of Acts and points out the fact that everywhere the gospel of God goes people’s lives are transformed.
Barry continues teaching through Acts 8, introducing us to a new character in the church but certainly not a new problem.
Barry Creamer gets back into the book of Acts and reminds us that God’s people always share His message.
Dr. Steven Lytle, a Clinical Psychologist at Sparrow House Counseling, joins Dr. Henderson to finish the conversation about identity: what shapes it and who should define it.
Barry warns us not to throw the baby out with the bath water when it comes to a phrase which has come under fire recently: “God has a wonderful plan for your life.”
Dr. Henderson speaks with Dr. Steven Lytle about our true identity versus our definition of self outside of Christ.
Bill Watson and Winston Hottman talk about the exercise of reading great works of literature as a stepping stone to better biblical interpretation.
Brandon Smith joins us to talk through a recent post on the Criswell blog about why us humans long for things to be not just right, but glorious.
Winston Hottman joins us to talk about the dangers of defining ourselves by what we aren’t rather than what we are.
Barry and Dr. Joe Wooddell talk about whether or not beauty is objective, and how it can be used as an apologetic or defense of the gospel.