What Christians Believe about Losing Salvation

Winston Hottman and Dr. Everett Berry survey the major views on perseverance of the saints and how Augustine started the conversation long ago.

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Natural Law and Traditional Marriage

Barry and Joe Wooddell discuss natural law as an argument for traditional marriage.

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Why Should Christians Vote?

Joe Wooddell discusses why Christians in a democracy should vote.

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Book Club: Virtue and Identity – Part 3

Barry talks about Ernest Hemingway’s “Old Man and the Sea” and passing on knowledge and virtues to the next generation.

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Thinking Critically

Barry discusses logic, interpretation, rhetoric, and contradictions.

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Ecclesiastes for Today

Winston Hottman and Dr. Kevin Warstler discuss the troubling aspects of Ecclesiastes and how the book applies to our lives today.

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Why You Can Do Theology and Philosophy

Bill Watson drops by to discuss potential fears and obstacles associated with the study of theology and philosophy.

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