Barry concludes the story of the Pharisees and the woman who poured out her most expensive possession on Jesus, reminding us that love is the result of forgiveness.
Barry talks a little more about what it means to love our enemies.
Barry answers a listener’s question about loving our enemies – using Jesus as an example.
Barry heads down the war path with Winston Hottman, beginning a discussion of just war theory.
Professor Bill Watson drops by to talk with Barry about an article in the Huffington Post and reminds us that the grace found in the gospel is the only way we can be described as...
Barry is joined by Scott Shiffer to talk about why God hates sin and can yet love those who sin.
Barry continues on the Galatians journey, defining for us “freedom in Christ”: the freedom to lay down our lives for other people.
Barry finishes the conversation about gifts pointing out the most important factor in our service: love.
Barry talks with Criswell College professor, Dr. Kevin Warstler, about some of the elements of poetry, using Walt Whitman’s A Noiseless Patient Spider as an example.