Here’s a good comedy piece. It’s created in the form of an old AM radio broadcast of a Fundamentalist preacher by the name, Dr. G.I. Barber. A fitting name, given his passion is “hairology,” a theology of hair. It’s an old spoof, and I can’t find any information on the creators.

I recalled the comedy piece as I was getting ready for today’s sermon. In my Sunday morning sermon series through 1 Corinthians, I’ve reached that passage in chapter 11 that confuses people. Verses 2-16 have to do with head coverings and hair length, which seems to have no relevance to twenty-first century culture.

Here’s “G.I. Barber’s” 16-minute sermon on hairology:



Click here for my sermon on the subject.

About Tom

ANCHOR COURSE LOGO Tom Goodman is a graduate of Baylor University and Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, and he holds a doctorate from New Orleans Seminary. He has served as pastor in Louisiana, north Texas, and overseas in Grand Cayman before becoming the pastor of Hillcrest Church in Austin, Texas. Diane and Tom have been married since their days at Baylor University, and they have two sons, Michael and Stephen. Tom enjoys scuba diving, watching the latest Netflix DVD with Diane, and chasing mis-hit golf balls.