Pastor Troy Neujahr is a second-career pastor, having worked in the secular workforce for a number of years before entering the ministry. He graduated with honors from Grace University in Omaha, NE, with a dual major in Management/Organizational Leadership and Biblical Studies, and a Master of Divinity from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, where his focus was Missiology.
Christ is all over the Old Testament, this is true. But can we see Him even in the most vile places? At the request of a listener, Craig and Troy descend into the dark bowels and darker deeds of Judges 19, where they find the peace of Christ in the pieces of a concubine.
What is "apologetics," anyway? How can the Christian utilize apologetics in their witness of Jesus Christ? Apologist Adam Francisco returns to show Craig and Troy how apologetics--while not the silver bullet of witnessing--can be properly used to help overcome an unbeliever's objections to the faith.
Well that was a click-baitey title, wasn't it? But here's what we mean: Lutheran theologian and apologist Adam Francisco joins Craig and Troy as we discuss the importance of the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Craig and Troy return to the Table of Duties and discuss the vocations of family. How does God expect a Godly man to operate in his family? What does He expect of the wife? What does He expect of the children?