Social and Moral Codes

Barry talks about why driving on right side of the road isn’t as important as you might think.

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Hermeneutics and Homosexuality

Professor Bill Watson drops by to talk with Barry about hermeneutics, context, and current political and cultural issues facing the church.

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Effective Mentoring

Barry talks about how we as believers can disciple others without becoming micro managers.

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Parenting and the Community

Winston Hottman drops by to talk with Barry about parental rights and government or community intervention.

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PPE: Thinking and Doing

Dr. Joe Wooddell, Professor of Philosophy and Politics, talks about the subjects of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics and why they should matter to believers.

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Prudence Vs. Skepticism

Barry talks with Winston about the value of wisdom, prudence, and faith.

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Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin

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 acceptable.

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