Barry talks with Dr. Everett Berry about sacramentalism and its current relationship with evangelicalism.
Dr. David Henderson joins us to talk about our pursuit of dreams and how to deal with the reality of failed expectations.
A lively conversation about worship ensues when Winston Hottman brings up the topic with Barry and Bill Watson regarding different worship styles and atmospheres in church life.
Barry introduces a new series with Bill Watson and Winston Hottman that surveys church history, acquainting us with other believers whose stories will inspire us as we seek to find our place in God’s story.
Our favorite theologian returns for another discussion about the evangelical movement; this time broaching the subject of hermeneutics.
Barry responds to a listener’s email about a debate he had with an atheist David Smalley, further clarifying the point that everyone must choose to believe something to be true: faith is necessary even for an...
Barry finishes up Acts chapter 9, noticing that Luke shapes the stories to be more about the message (the good news) and less about the messenger.
Barry continues talking through the story of the early church, reminding us that God intends to make the good news available to all people and will do so through his friends as well as his enemies.
We return to Acts 9 and hear about both the reluctance and obedience of Ananias.
Barry catches us up on the story of the early church as we head into Acts chapter 9, seeing God reaching out in grace to his followers as well as his enemies.