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Best Theology podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Theology podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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John Piper answering tough theological and pastoral questions.
This is The Crossway Podcast, a show where we sit down with authors each week for thoughtful interviews about the Bible, theology, church history, and the Christian life.
If you could sit down with St. Thomas Aquinas over a pint of beer and ask him any one question, what would it be? Every episode of Pints With Aquinas revolves around a question, a question that St. Thomas addresses in his most famous work, The Summa Theologica. So get your geek on, pull up a bar stool, and grab a cold one. Here we go!
The fortnightly podcast that connects you to NT (Tom) Wright’s thought and theology by allowing you to ask the questions. Presented by Premier in partnership with SPCK and NTWrightOnline. Hosted by Justin Brierley. www.askntwright.com
Our primary focus at Theocast is to encourage weary pilgrims to rest in Christ. We facilitate simple conversations about the Christian life from a reformed perspective through our weekly podcasts.
Bringing you engaging conversations on Bible and theology.
Reformed Theological Resources
This weekly podcast digs into the Ligonier Ministries archives and highlights interviews on a variety of topics recorded for Renewing Your Mind over the years.
Learn to think biblically about everything. Teaching theology, apologetics or verse by verse Bible Studies. Mike Winger teaches with clarity, doesn't shy away from controversial topics and always seeks to teach the Bible accurately. This will equip you to know and defend the Christian faith and understand the Bible in a deeper way.
Do all paths lead to God? Is the Bible history or mythology? Are we saved by grace or good works? Featuring panelists from a variety of Christian traditions, this program seeks to answer questions like these by paying close attention to the text of Scripture in its original historical context. If you want to better understand what you believe and why you believe it, subscribe to this podcast!
Talking about Bible stories is often fraught with scholarly nerd alerts about ancient linguistics and inaccessible theological discussions centered around hermeneutics. But what if there was a way to use your pop culture literacy to enhance your biblical literacy. What if you could recap the Bible like you recapped your favorite TV show? Welcome to the Bible Binge hosted by Knox McCoy and Jamie Golden of The Popcast.
Popcorn Theology is a weekly podcast hosted by two guys, who talk about Entertainment, Theology, and how the two meet.
The Thinking Fellows is a podcast that explores theology, history, and apologetics. Hosted by Caleb Keith and Drs. Rod Rosenbladt, Scott Keith, and Adam Francisco.
Doctrine and Devotion is a weekly podcast exploring Christian faith and practice from an experiential perspective marked by the fun and humor that characterize real friendship.
"And now, by God's grace, I shall become myself." (Kierkegaard)
On Theology in the Raw, Preston takes a fresh look at what the Bible really says, as he challenges opinions and traditions--yes, even his own. Homosexuality, sex, porn, drinking, immigration, racial tensions, violence, ISIS, Trump, guns, patriotism, you name it. If it's of interest, you can expect Preston to address it. Think of it as theology for the rest of us. If you have any questions you'd like him to address on the show, email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hate mail and tirades wi ...
In the Plodcast, pastor Douglas Wilson covers anything related to theology and culture with his usual entertaining style. Whether it involves talking about Chestertonian Calvinism (not an oxymoron), the benefits of a Classical Christian education (not in that order), or the latest pomosexuality farce, the plodcast aims to apply all of Christ to all of life, for all the world. Douglas Wilson is an evangelical, postmill, Calvinist, Reformed, and Presbyterian (pretty much in that order) and is ...
Conversations between a Theologian and Her Dad
We discuss the shape faithfulness to the Gospel should take in the twenty-first century. We talk a lot about theology, but may take up anything pertaining to politics, culture, or society as well.
The #1 Theology podcast on planet earth with Dr. Tripp Fuller. Each episode features an extended interview with a different scholar from a variety of perspectives. Enjoy.
A podcast on God, time, and everything in between. The host R.T. Mullins (PhD, University of St Andrews) will guide listeners through topics on theology, philosophy, science, and heavy metal. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-mullins/support
The Sacramentalists is a podcast where the ancient Christian faith is brought to bear on issues prevalent in modern culture. Join us for in-depth discussions on how theology intersects with our daily lives.
Confessing Christ to an Unbelieving World
The Table is a weekly podcast on topics related to God, Christianity, and cultural engagement brought to you by the Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary. The show features a variety of guests and is hosted by Dr. Darrell Bock, Bill Hendricks, Mikel Del Rosario and Kymberli Cook.
Recovering the Reformed Confession
Exploring Mormon History, Science, & Theology
Theology on the Go is a brief conversation on eternal truths with Jonathan Master, Executive Editor of PlaceForTruth.org, a voice of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. Each program features a pastor/theologian discussing key biblical doctrines in thoughtful and accessible ways. Theology on the Go will help you better understand the finer points of theology, while showing how relevant and important theology truly is for Christians today.
The Kingdom Roots Podcast with Scot McKnight is a conversation about how the Kingdom took root then and how it takes root now. Kingdom Root conversations with Scot McKnight will give clarity to the context of the New Testament and how that context informs the Church today. Dr. Scot McKnight is the Julius R. Mantey Chair of New Testament at Northern Seminary. Learn more about Northern Seminary’s Master’s of Arts in New Testament at http://www.seminary.edu/mant/
The St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology is a non-profit research and educational institute that promotes life-transforming Scripture study in the Catholic tradition.
The creators of BibleProject have in-depth conversations about the Bible and theology. A companion podcast to BibleProject videos found at bibleproject.com
A free, weekly broadcast from Westminster Seminary California (WSC), a Christian institution seeking to glorify God through theological education. Interviews discussing biblical and exegetical questions, historical and theological questions, pastoral matters, and Christian living.
Theology Unplugged is a weekly broadcast of Reclaiming The Mind Ministries
Expositor, hosted by Dr. Steven J. Lawson, provides an informal look into the life and ministry of the expositor. Join us three times a week as one of today's leading Bible expositors examines the details of sermon preparation and delivery, ministry, and other matters addressing the biblical preacher and teacher. Each podcast offers a glimpse into the calling and life of one who preaches and teaches God's Word. Expositor is an outreach of OnePassion Ministries.
Reformed Forum supports the church in presenting every person mature in Christ (Colossians 1:28) by providing Reformed theological resources to pastors, scholars, and anyone who desires to grow in their understanding of Scripture and the theology that faithfully summarizes its teachings.
The podcast where a pastor, a parishioner, and a professor have lively discussions on practical Christian living from a Reformed perspective. Features Kyle Borg, Scott Hunt, and Barry York.
This is the sheologians podcast. Subscribe on iTunes, Google Play and via RSS
DTS invites speakers from around the world to minister to students, faculty, staff, and friends. In the Fall and Spring semester, chapel is held every Tuesday through Friday from 10:40 a.m. to 11:25 a.m.
Thoughts and reflections on Orthodox theology and life - Thoughts and reflections on Orthodox theology and life from Fr. Stephen Freeman.
This podcast covers many different theological, historical and philosophical topics, with round table discussions, debates and theological commentary from different points of view. Emphasis is especially given to the Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Reformed perspectives. Visit ReasonAndTheology.com for more information.
EWTN Vice President for Theology Colin Donovan and his team discuss the meaning of theological issues in modern times.
Where intellectual integrity meets an honest quest for faith. Humorous and sincere, this is one pastor's attempt at late-night-level honesty about the Bible, church history, theological scholarship, spiritual practice and...God. And how it might just turn out that love is the name of the game.
The podcast of Cranmer Hall, the theological college within St John's College, Durham University. We explore life’s big questions, and look to join the dots between theology, church, and the world. Philip Plyming, Warden of Cranmer Hall, is joined by a wide range of guests with a wealth of knowledge and experience.
In All Things Charity is a theology podcast. Heather, Tara and JR. talk about God, faith, ministry, life and culture from a Wesleyan, Feminist perspective. So pull up a chair and join our conversation!
Welcome to the Reasonable Theology podcast, where we present sound doctrine in plain language. We’re here to help you better understand, articulate, and live out the fullness of the Christian faith.
Thanks for listening to our podcast! For more information, please visit our website at www.newheightswv.com.
Welcome to Theology Thursday: KGOV.com presents select Bible studies and sermons from Pastor Bob Enyart of Denver Bible Church.
The 3 is back in 3GT! Yes, all the guys are back together again and ready to rumble. Their topic for this episode is that of idleness. They begin by considering how certain occupations that require self-motivation, from pastors to salesmen, are inherently prone to tempt people to idleness. From there, the guy discuss how idleness is a failure to pr…
In this episode, the guys talk about ambition. Biblically, ambition is sin and is opposed to the gospel. We consider how we are to live before God and with one another. Members Podcast: The guys continue the conversation about ambition. We discuss how ambition is harmful to churches, pastors, and church planters. Recommended Resources: Seculosity: …
Michael Lofton and Erick Ybarra interview Dr. Edward Siecienski on his book Orthodox Christianity: A Very Short Introduction. The book is available here: https://www.amazon.com/Orthodox-Christianity-Short-Introduction-Introductions/dp/0190883278/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Orthodox+Christianity%3A+A+Very+Short+Introduction&qid=1582646314&sr=8-1 https://rea…
This week on Theology Simply Profound, Bob continues reading from the 1922 edition of Grace and Glory, a collection of sermons delivered at Princeton Theological Seminary by Geerhardus Vos. The second of these sermons is on Matthew 5:6, “Hungering and Thirsting After Righteousness.” Participants: Robert Tarullo…
Moses and the Written Word Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier In this lecture, we discuss Moses and the written word. We focus on the fifth book of Moses, that is, Deuteronomy in order to understand the use and the purpose that Moses himself gives to the written text. Download this lecture and study questions by clicking on the links below: Moses and the Wr…
Ministering With a Clear Conscience Why does Paul emphasize clearness of conscience in regard to one’s ministry? James defines “conscience”, expands on its dual function, and talks about how it often speaks against our will. The hosts discuss the fallibility of the conscience, and how it can—at times—prevent us from enjoying a fruitful spiritual wa…
Colossians 1:15 He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation. The life of Jesus in eternity past is deeply significant in understanding the nature of the relationship between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. And the relationship of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is deeply significant for understanding the nature of the gos…
Readings: Genesis 2:7–9; 3:1–7 Psalm 51:3–6; 12–14, 17 Romans 5:12–19 Matthew 4:1–11 In today’s Liturgy, the destiny of the human race is told as the tale of two “types” of men—the first man, Adam, and the new Adam, Jesus (see 1 Corinthians 15:21–22; 45–59). Paul’s argument in the Epistle is built on a series of contrasts between “one” or “one pers…
Rachel has a fascinating story and a witty pen. She's the director of theological development for the northeast for CRU and is the author of the forthcoming book "Born Again This Way." She's attracted to women, married to a man, and a loves studying and writing about Jesus, the Bible, and Christianity. We talked a lot about her interesting journey …
What does the Bible have to say to those who work outside the church? What is a theological perspective on resilience in leadership? How is the church's commitment to education part of building the kingdom of God? Is Theology just about answers to be found, or also questions to be asked? Andy Wolfe is is the Deputy Chief Education Officer in the Ch…
This is the promised call-in show. We had some great calls and we do have a winner. Listen to the episode to find out if your question was selected. The winner will receive, free from the Heidelcast, a copy of On Being . . . Continue reading →By R. Scott Clark
* 2 Kings: The divided kingdom is symptomatic of Israel's separation from God. In the northern kingdom, the prophet Elijah passing on the mantle of his ministry, along with a double blessing from God, to Elisha. With the defeat of Moab, and the mocking of Syria's blinded army, God's covenant people had opportunity after opportunity to thrive. Inste…
If I believe all the right things, then why does my growth in holiness seem so tedious and slow?By John Piper
We wanted to have a more light hearted episode this go around. Will and Jeremy face off in a bout of Trivia Questions. We think you’ll enjoy, yet be shocked by their terrible answers. Enjoy.By New Heights Church
Episode: Dru Johnson talks with Jim Diamond about his long term project of thinking theologically with the biblical authors. Through close readings of key biblical texts and Jewish sages, Diamond warns us of the “ethical gravity of avoiding reflection.” In other words, there is a general warning in the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament to be philosophical…
In summarizing the beliefs of Calvinism, writer and professor Dr. Jim Orrick writes, "First, a Calvinist believes that God always does whatever he pleases. Second, a Calvinist believes that God initiates, sustains, and completes the salvation of everyone who gets saved." In his book Mere Calvinism, Orick provides an excellent introduction to the Do…
Join us for a very special episode: Theology of Popcorn and the Fantabulous Articulation of two Harlemans! James and Kat host this look at the well reviewed but poorly attended second Harley Quinn movie. The character's origin, her role in this film, and Miss Quinn’s critique of the historical harlequin all relate to some basic Christian principles…
If I do say so myself, I think Dr. Margaret Toscano gives one of the most insightful discussions I have ever had on priesthood power. This is really an amazing conversation, and then she asks why women should be denied priesthood blessings. Whether you support female ordination or not, this is an amazing discussion you don’t want […]…
On today's bonus episode, Fr. Wesley sits down with Dr. Tim Perry, the editor of The Theology of Benedict XVI: A Protestant Appreciation to discuss the theological impact of the Pope Emeritus. Dr. Perry has his PhD from Durham University. He is also the adjunct professor of theology at Saint Paul University (Ottawa, ONT) and Trinity School for Mini…
Again, Michael is all alone. This time he is ranting and raving (I guess) about why we don't kill ourselves. It may seem like an odd question, but think about it. If heaven and perfection is on the other side of the door, why don't we opt out of this hard life filled with tragedy and pain? This is also a good session for those who are thinking abou…
In this interview from October 2015, Guy Waters discusses his teaching series "The Life & Theology of Paul."
Colin Donovan and Laura Dittus reflect on spiritual childhood as lived by the saints.By EWTN Theology Roundtable
I am beyond excited about the upcoming class with our guest in this episode – John Cobb. This is the very first interview I ever recorded with Cobb and in it we discuss a process account of the incarnation, Kin-dom of God, and other Christological goodies. You will likely notice how my accent has changed in the last 12 years of podcasting and moves…
Dr. Jordan J. Ballor, senior research fellow and director of publishing for the Acton Institute, joins us to speak about Abraham Kuyper's public theology. Dr. Ballor is a general editor of Abraham Kuyper's Collected Works on Public Theology published by Lexham Press. Kuyper was something of a polymath/renaissance man. Along with being an influentia…