TOPIC INDEXJesus Christ (69)
  1. . . . and with that, Craig and Troy put Matthew to bed, wrapping up with a dive into the Great Commission
  2. Fear and great joy at Jesus' resurrection! But also rejection and refusal.
  3. Jesus does not take the easy way out, but takes the hard path so that you don't need to.
  4. The irony of guilt and innocence abounds in this passage: Jesus is innocent but condemned; we are guilty but set free.
  5. Judas, Peter, and you are all betrayers of Jesus, and yet He does the work necessary to forgive your sins.
  6. The day of Jesus' death races ever nearer, and we see both a woman who believes upon Him and a man who betrays Him.
  7. Craig and Troy discuss a very familiar parable which is very often interpreted incorrectly. Your works don't count. Oh, and substantival participles.
  8. Jesus launches into a diatribe against the pride of the religious leaders of His day, and Craig and Troy discuss applications for our day.
  9. Bunny trails abound! But Craig and Troy nevertheless manage to land firmly on Christ.
  10. "Let's trap Jesus with His words!" is never a good plan. Jesus answers their "unaswerable" questions.
  11. Jesus aims His third parable at the self righteous who think their own clothing is good enough to merit God's kingdom.
  12. Jesus fells the Pharisees with the folly of their fallacies.

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