Barry Creamer describes religion using four factors: creed, code, cultus, and community.
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...
We finish the discussion about punishment and a Christian worldview with examples from Genesis to Revelation.
Barry talks about why the idea of punishment sometimes makes Christians uncomfortable and why it is a necessary component of justice.
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.”
Barry Creamer discusses the topics of communication, absolute truth, suffering, and the sanctity of life.
Barry covers one of his favorite subjects in a new way.
“Are you a standard bearer or a standard barer?” This is the question Barry asks on today’s show and he insists the difference matters.
Barry finishes his conversation about scriptures and arguments used in the debate about the sanctity of human life.
Barry reminds us of the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, and talks through some of the arguments and scriptures that speak to the issue.