1. Gideon swears that none but God will be the leader of Israel, and then immediately becomes a tyrant.
  2. God always seems to work through that which is least likely to work, so that all glory is ascribed to Him.
  3. Gideon accepts the call of the Lord whole-heartedly . . . well actually no.
  4. The story of Deborah, Barak, and Jael is interesting and complicated.
  5. The Lord calls Gideon while he is hiding out in a winepress for fear of the Midianites.
  6. " . . . ohhhh . . . on second thought, go ahead and keep it." Craig and Troy start to work through the Judges.
  7. Craig and Troy open up a new series on the book of Judges.
  8. Craig and Troy ponder Palm Sunday as they look at Jesus riding on an unused donkey into Jerusalem.
  9. 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.
  10. Old Testament Scholar and author Chad Bird rejoins Craig and Troy for a continuing discussion on Christ in the Old Testament. Today we look at a few specific examples and learn how to find Him there.
  11. Craig and Troy are joined by author and Old Testament Scholar Chad Bird. Together, they discuss how Christ is the key that unlocks all the treasures of the Old Testament to us.
  12. Heroes all have deep flaws and weaknesses. It is the same in real life as it is in myths. Craig and Troy take a look into the life and times of the Prophet Jonah. He is the kind of Bible Hero that we love to hate, but mostly because he is so much like us. What made Jonah tick? Why did he run when God told him to go to Ninevah? How does God work in spite of Jonah's weakness and rebellion? Listen to this episode of For You Radio and find out!