Barry talks about the college’s book club and explains his favorite English teacher’s motto: “There is no reading, only re-reading.”
Barry talks about a recent Craigslist shooting and a few things to consider when thinking self-defense and a government’s responsibility to protect.
Barry asks the question: how is it that literature reveals preferred things about a culture?
Barry talks about seeing culture through the lens of literature.
Barry chats about some things to keep in mind while making decisions: long-term consequences, counsel from others, and basic values.
Barry discusses different types of preaching, focusing in on christological preaching.
Barry talks about a difficult but important issue: domestic violence.
Barry talks about the idea of guilt and fame by association.
Barry talks about free will, responsibility, and works of Mark Twain: Huckleberry Finn and Letters from the Earth.
Barry reminds us that policy is more than just a struggle between parties, but is about people for whom we have a responsibility to care.