Craig and Troy love Psalm 51 because of the truth it speaks: we are sinful, and God is gracious. When God cleanses, we are indeed made clean.
Even from the moment of the Fall, God has never left us without His gracious promise of redemption. God moves first to cover us.
Satan didn't lie, but he told Adam and Eve exactly what would happen. The only thing he didn't say is whether or not they would like it.
The struggle is real. That is to say, the struggle with sin. Can we make ourselves holy? Can we find within ourselves the strength to make it better?
Craig and Troy launch into a new mini-series on their favorite Scriptures . . . the ones that are the central themes of the faith
. . . and with that, Craig and Troy put Matthew to bed, wrapping up with a dive into the Great Commission
Steve Lownes returned to the studio to help Craig and Troy work out their relationship, but instead we end up talking more about the intersection of theology and therapy.
Therapist Steve Lownes joins Craig and Troy for a discussion on theology and therapy. How are they the same, and how are they different?
Fear and great joy at Jesus' resurrection! But also rejection and refusal.
Jesus does not take the easy way out, but takes the hard path so that you don't need to.
The irony of guilt and innocence abounds in this passage: Jesus is innocent but condemned; we are guilty but set free.
Judas, Peter, and you are all betrayers of Jesus, and yet He does the work necessary to forgive your sins.
Peter's profound promises to perfectly protect the progeny of the Padre putter out. Jesus is tormented to His core knowing what He is about to face, but commits Himself for you.
Craig and Troy come back for another round of discussion on the Lord's Supper: the what and the why and the where, but never the how.
In the Lord's Supper we receive an enormous gift. Why make it more complicated than what Jesus says?
The day of Jesus' death races ever nearer, and we see both a woman who believes upon Him and a man who betrays Him.
Craig and Troy discuss a very familiar parable which is very often interpreted incorrectly. Your works don't count. Oh, and substantival participles.
When Christ comes, it won't be about what you've done, but about who He is.
When will the end come? No one knows! So how can we be prepared?
Is this the end? Or is it only 70 A.D.? Craig and Troy discuss the propehetic words of Jesus.
When will the End Times come? Craig and Troy discuss Jesus' teaching that show the End Times are now . . . and have been now for the last 2000 years.
On this Good Friday, we take a moment to pause and consider Christ's crucifixion and death . . . done for you.
How are you to escape hell? Jesus sends prophets, but those who refuse to hear become guilty of their father's sin?
"Meek and mild" Jesus continues His full-frontal attack on hypocrisy and hypocrites. Craig and Troy discuss six of Jesus' seven "woes."
Jesus launches into a diatribe against the pride of the religious leaders of His day, and Craig and Troy discuss applications for our day.