Barry interviews Chuck King, the director of “The Promise”, and Criswell student Parker Stilley who stars this year as the most infamous fallen angel of them all.
Barry chats with Steve, Daisy, and Winston about science and pop culture, laundromats, and ethics surrounding life and death. Below, you can read the articles that fueled their discussion. Daisy’s Article: “The Weird Scientific...
Rob, Winston, and Daisy join Barry to discuss art aesthetics, job interviews, and autistic employees. Below, you can read the articles that fueled their discussion. Rob’s Article: “The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews” Winston’s...
Daisy, Winston, and Steve get together with Barry to dialogue about the power of art and culture, a selfie gone wrong, and the golden rule. Daisy’s article Winston’s article Steve’s article
Joe and Winston chat with Barry to discuss art, presidential winner predictions, and anti-Semitism. Barry’s Article Winston’s Article Joe’s Article
Barry is joined by Winston, Daisy, and Rob to discuss San Francisco’s proposed tax on tech companies, the most photographed man of the 19th century, and the supposed differences between cat people and dog lovers.
Barry talks with Winston, Daisy, and Rob about art, bar charts, and podcasts.
Barry continues the conversation about the influences of music, art, and the local church.
Barry heads back to the conversation of cultural artifacts and asks, how do music and art fit into a believer’s worldview?
Our favorite Criswell poet, Professor Kirk Spencer, stops by to talk about a couple of his posts on the Criswell blog, “What Difference Does it Make?” and “Borrowed Beauty.”