1. Craig and Troy draw their discussion on the 10 Commandments to a close with that most inward of all the commandments: coveting.
  2. Nothing tastes as good as a juicy bit of gossip, amirite?
  3. Of course, "I'm offended" is shouted out on every corner of the internet, and we become immune to that claim. But what happens when there is genuine offense?
  4. Give to Caesar what is Caesar's, and unto God what is God's. But hold on . . . what about "Give to my neighbor what is my neighbor's"?
  5. We take a look at 1 Timothy 5 and how we should respect all in the church, but especially those who are older than us and those who are destitute.
  6. “What must I do to inherit eternal life?" Jesus answers that question with a parable. We have our own question: “Who am I in this parable?” But a better question is “Who is Jesus for me in the parable?”
  7. If you admit that you’re the weaker brother, does that make you the stronger brother because the stronger brother refused to admit he’s the weaker brother? . . . or something like that.
  8. Orgies and drunkenness and licentiousness, oh my! Sometimes Christians get hung up on the really “big” sins, but Paul lists quarreling and jealousy right there with them. What’s the connection? Craig and Troy discuss how love does no wrong to a neighbor, for love is the fulfillment of the law.
  9. “Let your love be genuine!” But what if it’s not? The Apostle Paul gives us a list that seems hard to fulfill. If it is up to us, we’re in trouble. But if it is all in Christ, it is done. Love! “Butwhat’s in it for me?” When we fail, we flee to Christ. We know what genuine love is by looking at Christ, and in faith we receive genuine love from Him.