Barry K. Creamer

President and Professor of Humanities
Barry K. Creamer 214.818.1300
  • 2000 Ph.D., (Humanities: Philosophy and History), The University of Texas at Arlington
  • 1994 M.Div., Criswell College
  • 1985 B.A. (English), Baylor University
  • “An Evangelical Perspective on Postmodernity,” Mishkan, issue 66, 2011.
  • Notes, Commentary, and Expanded Paraphrase: Mark, Philippians, General Epistles, Revelation. Smashwords Electronic Publications. 2010.
  • Revelation. Logos Research Systems, Inc. 2010.
  • “Article XIII: Stewardship,” in The Baptist Faith and Message 2000: Critical Issues in America’s Largest Protestant Denomination, ed. Doug Blount and Joe Wooddell (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2007).
  • Cessationism,” The Criswell Theological Review, vol. 4, no.1, Fall 2006.
  • The Greek World
  • The Modern World
  • American Culture
  • American Culture (Contemporary Thought)
  • Topics in Humanities: Ancient and Roman World
  • Topics in Humanities: Greek and Medieval World
  • Topics in Humanities: Early Modern and Modern world
  • Senior Thesis
  • Introduction to Biblical Exposition
  • Sermon Delivery
  • Preaching from the Old Testament
  • Preaching from the New Testament
  • Preparation of Expository Sermons
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Introduction to Logic
  • Introductions to Ethics
  • Metaphysics
  • Advanced Studies: Philosophical Topics: Moral Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Religion
  • Biblical Hermeneutics
  • Critical Thinking
  • Critical Thinking (M.Div. Philosophy)
  • Moral Philosophy (M.Div. Philosophy)
  • Philosophy of Language
Criswell College admits students who are Christians of good character, without regard or reference to race, national or ethnic origin, color, age, disability, or sex (except where regard to sex is required by the College’s religious tenets regarding gender and sexuality) to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of these classifications in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.