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Best Apocrypha podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Apocrypha podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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A podcast where two non-believers read through the Bible but aren't, you know, jerks about it. Join comics writers Benito Cereno and Chris Sims as they journey through the Good Book from Acts to Zephaniah, with stops in the Apocrypha along the way.
 
A bi-weekly podcast hosted by Andrew Massie and Rachael Clark, Armchair Apocrypha features armchair experts telling stories from the subjects they’re passionate about. Featuring a social servant with theories about mixed martial arts, a barista with opinions about first ladies, and a news content specialist with feelings about ghosts.
 
An open forum for Discussion and everyone to continuously question and seek the best ways to handle life's biggest issues. In the Apocryrpha, we also cover higher intellect random topics, like the pyrimids and other subjects that do require research.All of this information and everything else, is coated in lots of our humor to keep the ambiance mellow.
 
The Prayer of Manasses is supposed to have been the prayer of Manasses King of Judah when he repented from his idolatrous ways when he was held captive by the Assyrians in Babylon. Manasseh’s evil ways are recorded in 2 Kings 21:1-18, and the account of his repentance is recorded in 2 Chronicles 33:10-17. The Prayer of Manasses is held to be a deuterocanonical book by many Christians and is held to be Apocryphal by others. This reading is from the Holy Bible, King James Version 1611 which co ...
 
Judith is the 18th book of the Bible and one of the historical books in the Old Testament. The overall theme is the power of prayer. The Israelites are beseiged by the forces of Holofernes and pray to God to overcome the forces. Judith seduces Holofernes and beheads him in his sleep, when the forces find their leader dead, they flee in battle. The Israelites benefit from their spoils and Judith sings praises to God. (Summary by Sean McKinley)
 
An Angel's Apocrypha was originally born as a side project. Stemming from electronic and acoustic roots, it quickly became prevalent that electronic instruments would be an important feature when developing melodies and song structure. The idea represented in the name of the project, the title of the album and the contents of the lyrics are intertwined; together, they illustrate the artist's perspective of religion, human interaction and the influence of space and time on humanity's existenc ...
 
The Additions to Daniel comprise three chapters not found in the Hebrew/Aramaic text of Daniel. The text of these chapters is found in the Greek Septuagint and in the earlier Old Greek translation. They are accepted as canonical and translated as such in Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox Bibles. They are listed in Article VI of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of England. However, most Protestant versions exclude these passages as apocryphal, retaining only the tex ...
 
In the Orthodox Church, during the Great Vespers of celebrated Saints, such as Saint Nicholas the Wonder-worker and the Holy Great Martyr Euphemia, selected passages are read from The Wisdom of Solomon, from the deuterocanonical books of the Holy Bible. While the translations used may be simpler, the power of the poetic verses asserts itself in the King James Version. [Please forgive my errors and stumblings. The Reader.]
 
The Bible and Beyond podcast is a series of interviews with scholars who are able to unlock mysteries from extra-canonical books, forgotten scriptures, so-called 'gnostic' gospels, as well as the Bible. Host Shirley Paulson, Ph.D., and her guests explore historical and spiritual questions about Jesus, gender, women, salvation, healing, and the meaning of life. The discoveries these scholars share don’t always fit with what we've been told, but time and again they lead us toward a deeper inti ...
 
Tobias is the 17th book of the Bible and one of the historical books in the Old Testament. In the text, Raphael, after revealing his angelic nature, commanded both father and son to tell all the wonders that God had done to them and write it in a book. It is likely that the parts of the book written in first person singular are an autobiography of Tobias the elder. It was written originally during the Babylonian Exile, in the early portion of the seventh century B.C.; and that all except the ...
 
X-Files Diaries features Annie and Jenn, two X-Philes who connected through twitter and decided to take their shared enthusiasm (and shipper perspective) to a podcast. Join them for fun, thought-provoking conversations where they obsess/rant/swoon over all aspects of The X-Files, with an unabashed emphasis on MSR.
 
Bearded Disciple is a podcast dedicated speaking the truths of Christ in love. I strongly believe that love spoken without truth is not love and truth spoken without love is not truth. Everything we talk about here is about defending the truth of Christianity through history, science and philosophy. Apologetics, philosophy, theology, current events, discipleship, Christian living, this podcast will cover it all., don’t miss out! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bearded-disciple/support
 
Lost Hemisphere Radio is the natural continuation of the geekery developed at the Lost Hemisphere website. After blathering on for years on the blog, the crew finally decided to invade the podcastiverse. Tune in to hear our hosts rant, ramble and postulate on Warmachine, Hordes, and other tabletop gaming shenanigans with their weekly guests, and join us on the forums to natter in the company of like-minded gamer geeks.
 
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Dr. Tony Burke, editor of the newly released second edition New Testament Apocrypha: More Noncanonical Scriptures, explains not only what is fascinating about these ancient texts but why he thinks churches and Christians would benefit by reading them. In this interview, he offers meaning to the very bizarre stories and why they help us understand t…
 
Joseph Smith made a claim that the Book of Mormon is the most correct book of any in history. This series is examining that claim, first examining the bar as set by the Bible. If it turns out that the Bible is more correct than Joseph Smith was wrong. This is second video is talking about the Biblical canon and why we know both the Apocrypha and th…
 
What clues are there that the New Testament was written by eyewitnesses? In this episode we investigate the internal evidence of the New Testament documents to see if we can make the case that they had to be written by people who experienced the events they explain. There are many embarrassing portions of Scripture, historically accurate depictions…
 
Having a bad day, Theophiloi? I mean, yes, of course you are, we all are in These Unprecedented Times. But hey, let's look on the bright side! At least angels aren't poking out your eyes, cutting out your tongue, and breaking your tablet, like they did with Judas. That's what Bartholomew told us, anyway, and believe it or not, it's nowhere near the…
 
Can we trust the New Testament? How can you know if what your Bible says is accurate to what was originally written? Has it been translated and transmitted so many times that things have been lost? Is the New Testament nothing more than legendary accounts that hardly have factual evidence anchored in history? This new series on the Reliability of t…
 
Joseph Smith made a claim that the Book of Mormon is the most correct book of all of history. This series seeks to examine that claim. If the Book of Mormon really is the most correct book then even compared to the Bible it should stand out. The first of this series covers how the Bible is unique above any other book. It also explains what the Bibl…
 
Cultural influence is the goal of any worldview. Wars have been fought, legislation created, and empires torn done because of emerging word views. What we believe matters and will have an impact on how we live our lives, which includes how we build culture. As Christians, we should always strive to shape culture according to God's word. We have a s…
 
Pack your bags, Theophiloi, because we're going on a trip to India with Thomas, the Second Christ, who works hard and flays harder. Thanks to Dr. Tony Burke and his new book, New Testament Apocrypha Volume 2, hitting shelves this summer, we're taking a look at one of the weirder apostolic adventures, translated for the new book by Janet Spittler an…
 
Can a person live out the beliefs and implications of Nihilism? In this episode we discuss what a cohesive worldview should be, and then we apply the rules of worldview to Nihilism. If a worldview does not correlate with the real world, aka work in real life, then it cannot be a true description of reality. We believe that Nihilism fails when it co…
 
Racism in America and how the Christian Church needs to respond are topics that have been heavy on our hearts and minds this past week. For this frank discussion, we are joined by two black men and a former skinhead. All of whom are Christian pastors. Prejudice and inequality are not Christian virtues. This discussion about privilege, race, and the…
 
In this second podcast in the series on the ‘Odes of Solomon,' Natalie Renee Perkins and Deborah Saxon chat together about Natalie’s contemporary musical setting of some of the odes. Deb, a scholar of ancient Christian texts, explains the feminine imagery, the reference to Sophia (Wisdom), and the purpose of ancient hymns used by both Jews and Chri…
 
Ever wonder why the Catholic Bible has more books than Protestant versions? This episode will answer that question and many more! What Protestants call “the Apocrypha” (and Catholics call the deuterocanon) is a group of books that have caused much debate over the last few centuries! We will talk about where these books came from, why they are so co…
 
Can you believe we're stuck in this elevator together, Theophiloi? I guess there's nothing we can do but pass the time with the clip show episode of Torah while we wait for the power to come back on. Join us as Deuteronomy offers up a bunch of stuff we've already read, and a record YPP score (yikes per page). We gotta eat the vegetables before we g…
 
Nihilism, what exactly is it? The philosophy of Nihilism is very intriguing and somewhat confusing. In this episode of Christ, Culture, & Coffee, we want to strip away the confusion and help you understand the basics of what Nihilism is. In order to do that, we invited Shawn White to be our special guest. Shawn clearly explains the philosophical de…
 
In this episode we discuss the epistles of Paul, John, James, and more! We cover how they came to be used in the church, how early they were used and quoted, and why there was debate surrounding their inclusion. This wraps up our five-part walk through of the canonization of the bible - but wait there’s more! Next week we will discuss the Apocrypha…
 
There are many theological differences about the Virgin Mary between Catholic and Protestant doctrine. The Immaculate Conception, Perpetual Virginity, and the Assumption of Mary are all hot button issues when it comes to who Jesus' Mother truly was.In this episode we are going to look to the Scriptures to see if we can uncover the truth about the M…
 
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