30 episodes

Coffee with Creamer, where you get to sit down with our host, Dr. Barry Creamer, for a conversation about faith, life, and culture. We’ll look at old ideas through a new lens, turn the culture wars on their head, and paint a picture of the way things could be. If you like your thinking deep, and your coffee hot, pull up a chair—you’re in the right place.

Coffee with Creamer Barry Creamer

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 24 Ratings

Coffee with Creamer, where you get to sit down with our host, Dr. Barry Creamer, for a conversation about faith, life, and culture. We’ll look at old ideas through a new lens, turn the culture wars on their head, and paint a picture of the way things could be. If you like your thinking deep, and your coffee hot, pull up a chair—you’re in the right place.

    All Day Long

    All Day Long

    Barry covers Psalm 71, highlighting that in David’s very best moments, what might have looked like his apparent strength to others was actually his dependence on God. In this description of David’s “strength” we see a golden nugget: the further we seem to be from God’s presence, the nearer we are to experiencing his power. […]

    • 51 min
    Love or Nothing: Part 2

    Love or Nothing: Part 2

    Barry covers the very good news of the gospel: God loves you. This love is the grounding for the commandment and invitation to love others. This “others” will include all kinds: those who are easy to love, those we are afraid to love, and those who don’t love us. If we don’t love others this […]

    • 37 min
    Love or Nothing: Part 1

    Love or Nothing: Part 1

    On this Valentine’s Day, Barry starts a series focused on love. How important is this thing anyway? What is it not? What does it produce? And what drives it? God answers all these questions in his son, and we ought to be taking notes in preparation for how we treat our neighbors.       […]

    • 45 min
    The Human Coin

    The Human Coin

    Barry walks us through an addendum to the On Purpose episode (131), highlighting the differences between being human and being a human. While all humans are equally valuable, God’s purpose for each sets them apart. Scriptures: Psalm 139, 116; Gen 9; Lev 19; Acts 3, 2 Cor 1:4-6; Mk 5  

    • 45 min
    Out of This World

    Out of This World

    We may prefer our day-to-day experiences, to understand and measure out our lives with coffee spoons. But Barry reminds us that God is beyond understanding. The fact that our relationship with God is the most fulfilling thing we can experience means we must also be intentional to welcome inexplicable encounters.  

    • 48 min
    On Purpose

    On Purpose

    Barry revisits a well-known set of verses in a somewhat less known Psalm for Sanctity of Life week. While Psalm 139 does indicate that our beginning is “fearful and wonderful” it also explains why our end is sacred.     Scriptures: Psalm 139, 119:105 Job 38:1-4 James 1:16-18 Gen 3:16

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

PastaKeith ,

Wow! This is an amazing podcast.

Well done, even if Rob Collingsworth doesn’t listen, ever.

KenHD1 ,

Prepare to be challenged!

Criswell College President Barry Creamer offers a perspective that will challenge you to think beyond your own worldview, while at the same time offering biblical responses to the affairs of our day.

rickr_ow ,

Dr. Creamer is a scholar and pastor for our time

I’ve learned more about my life, the Lord, and politics from Dr. Creamer and Criswell College than any other person, scholastic organization, or media outlet. Balanced, biblical, and pastoral, Dr. Creamer is interested in changing our thinking, not merely for the sake of changing, but so that we become fuller, more glorified versions of who we were always supposed to be.

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