Weekly Radio Wrap-Up

Here’s a summary of this past week’s For Christ and Culture radio broadcasts!

World Vision and the Traditional Family (Friday, March 28)

Barry talks about the recent announcement from World Vision and their policy regarding homosexual marriage.

[audio http://forchristandculturebroadcasts.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/fcac-2014_03_281.mp3]

Leading and Cooperating (Monday, March 31)

Barry is joined by Dr. James T. Draper, Criswell College Interim President, to discuss leadership tips and the continuing relevance and value of the Southern Baptist Convention.

[audio http://forchristandculturebroadcasts.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/fcac-2014_03_31.mp3]

Pragmatics (Tuesday, April 1)

Barry Creamer talks about why moral concerns should come before practical concerns.

[audio http://forchristandculturebroadcasts.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/fcac-2014_04_01.mp3]

Alpha Dogs and Dumbbells (Wednesday, April 2)

Our favorite wordsmith, poet, and sword maker, Professor Spencer, drops by to talk about a few of his recent posts on the Criswell blog.

[audio http://forchristandculturebroadcasts.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/fcac-2014_04_02.mp3]

Diagnosis, Medication, and Counseling (Thursday, April 3)

Barry talks with Dr. David Henderson, Director of Psychology and Counseling at Criswell College, about the importance of correct diagnosis when serving those who struggle with mental illness.

[audio http://forchristandculturebroadcasts.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/fcac-2014_04_03.mp3]
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One Response to Weekly Radio Wrap-Up

  1. renee' corley says:

    Thank you so much, for sharing your awesome knowledge with my son! Channing really enjoys your class.

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