Barry begins his series in Luke chapter 8 taking a look at the parable of the sower and the properties of the 4 soils.
Barry discusses a listener’s question about civil war statues and a believer’s responsibility.
Barry talks about the recent gas shortage, Kantian ethics, and The Holiness code.
Barry concludes the story of the Pharisees and the woman who poured out her most expensive possession on Jesus, reminding us that love is the result of forgiveness.
Barry finishes up Luke chapter 7, pointing out a common mistake we all make: when we look down on others, we are actually looking down on God.
Barry talks about the sanctity of life and public policy.
Barry continues his journey through the Gospel of Luke.
Barry talks through the next part of Luke 7, focusing on who Jesus is caring for and what it means.
Barry finishes up the conversation about gene editing, citing thoughts from ethicist, Dr. Barrett Duke.
Barry talks about the ethical issues involved in recent research in gene editing.