Community and Church Government

Dr. Everett Berry stops by to talk about different issues and challenges that churches encounter as they serve as one body.

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The Witches of Our Day

Winston Hottman and Bill Watson discuss Arthur Miller’s The Crucible and how we still treat people like witches today.

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Psalm 118 (Part 2) – His Mercy Endures Forever

Barry finishes up Psalm 118 and finds that deliverance requires thanksgiving, but not the way you might think.

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Psalm 118 (Part 1) – His Mercy Endures Forever

Barry walks us through the first part of Psalm 118, reminding us of the faithfulness of our God.

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Religion and Worldview

Barry talks about the importance of understanding what our worldview so that we can effectively communicate with others.

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The Story of Scripture

Professor Bill Watson drops by to talk about the importance and beauty of the genre of narrative in Scripture.

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Religion, War, and Human Differences

Winston Hottman and Bill Watson discuss a recent article in which Tom Petty blames the history of wars on religion.

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