Barry and our favorite theologian, Everett Berry, talk about sports, civility, and virtue.
Barry discusses the way in which the gospel is transmitted.
Barry responds to an article in the Boston Globe by Steven Pinker, and points out the importance of ethicists to the practice of science.
Barry talks about ideological disagreements, and reminds us that it takes more than someone else to be wrong for us to be right.
Barry talks about bullying (cyber and otherwise), encouraging us think it through in a virtuous, Christian way.
Dr. Joe Wooddell drops by to talk with Barry about whether human nature tends toward religiosity or tyranny.
Barry talks about Ernest Hemingway’s “Old Man and the Sea” and passing on knowledge and virtues to the next generation.
Barry talks with Dr. Joe Wooddell about the value of education and how a believer can go about influencing their culture.