Barry starts a conversation about what being human looks like within the community.
Barry Creamer talks about what’s good, wrong, bad, and right about things like technology.
Barry Creamer discusses traditions and values, and the risks and advantages that come with conservatism.
Barry talks about how humans have the ability to stand against the forces of nature to respond rather than simply react, pointing to the altering action of mercy.
Barry talks about teaching the Scriptures, whether it be poetry or narrative.
Barry Creamer talks again about how important our treatment of “strangers” is and why more people means more productivity.
Barry heads back to the discussion of culture and following Jesus, this time highlighting the topic of Epistemology: how we know what we know.
Barry talks through his most recent post on the blog in the Summer series: Why We Love the Local Church.
Barry talks about the connections and barriers between all cultures and Christianity.
Barry asks the question, “Why can doing church get so difficult?” and finds the answer to be: people. However, all hope is not lost, thankfully along with God’s gift of the gospel comes discipleship.