Barry discusses a listener’s question about loving our enemies – using Jesus as an example.
Barry continues the story of Jesus in Luke 4, pointing out not just his mission, but the means by which he completes the mission.
Barry continues the conversation about Luke 3 and focuses on the question: What makes Jesus different?
Barry concludes his journey through Acts 21, pointing out the one way we aren’t meant to be like Jesus.
Back in Acts 10, Barry reminds us of two things: 1) Jesus is Lord and we are not, and 2) we need mercy and Jesus has it.
Dr. Kevin Warstler joins Winston Hottman to talk about how the story of Jonah relates to Jesus.
Dr. Warstler, our favorite Old Testament scholar, joins Winston Hottman to talk about how to apply (or not apply) Old Testament ethics to our lives today.
Barry finishes up Psalm 118 and finds that deliverance requires thanksgiving, but not the way you might think.
Professor Bill Watson drops by to talk about the importance and beauty of the genre of narrative in Scripture.
“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.