Dr. Everett Berry drops by to talk his new book about how to connect the dots between the Old and New Testaments.
Barry talks through some questions from listeners.
Winston and Barry take the next step of the Bible as Literature journey: poetry.
Barry tackles the difficult topic of Scriptural interpretation.
Barry discusses a listener’s question about the creation account and evolution.
Barry chats with Kirk, Daisy, and Joe about a transracial identity crisis and hermeneutics around the world.
Barry talks about the college’s book club and explains his favorite English teacher’s motto: “There is no reading, only re-reading.”
Professor Bill Watson drops by to talk with Barry about hermeneutics, context, and current political and cultural issues facing the church.
Barry is joined by Winston Hottman again; this time to talk about metaphors, anthropomorphism, and similes in the Bible.
Winston Hottman drops by to talk with Barry about how we as believers need to learn to appreciate the different types of writing within the Scripture.