1. No, not that one . . . this is the other "s" word that no one wants to hear: submit.
  2. Well, it better be in Christ. Paul refutes the Colossian heresy by emphasizing Christ alone as the foundation of our faith, and how that faith is lived out through right belief and right practice.
  3. In the few weeks while Craig finishes up his move to Minnesota and while Troy digs himself out from under an avalanche of writing and research, For You Radio takes the opportunity to revisit some of our favorite episodes.
  4. Pardoxeses? Pardoxi? Para . . . well, whatever the plural of "paradox" is, Craig and Troy cut to the quick and determine when a paradox of the Christian faith is good, when it must not be resolved, and when it should be just believed.
  5. 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?
  6. Everyone, everywhere seems to be offended. What's worse, it seems that the first person to claim "I'm offended!" is the one who gets to win the argument.
  7. 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?
  8. Paul closes his letter to Timothy with a stern charge. But how will Timothy be able to fulfill his duties? (1 Timothy 6:11-20)
  9. As Paul begins to wind down his letter to Timothy, he discusses what should give us true contentment in 1 Timothy 6:1-10.