If you are interested in ancient philosophy, especially that of Plato and Aristotle, you may like a course taught a UC Berkeley taught by David Ebery. You can download the audio of this course from […]
I have been listening to an audio course on iTunes on the Historical Jesus, taught by Thomas Sheehan. You can find the course on iTunes here. I can’t believe how offended I have been as […]
I have just listened to a very interesting course on the Early Middle Ages, taught by Paul Freedman at Yale University. It deals with some important church history, the rise of Islam and many other […]
I recently listened to the audio course on the Gospels by Robert Cara from Reformed Theological Seminary. I thought it was a pretty good course. I thought Cara was a little too critical of critical […]
I continue to believe that it is important to have a wide range of learning and I am thankful for the resources available at iTunes University. As someone long interested in astronomy, I found the […]
I am a big fan of Karl Barth and enjoy reading his writings. I came across two lectures by Charles MacKenzie from Reformed Theological Seminary, who knew Barth personally. I appreciated what he had to […]
I believe that it is important for those interested in apologetics to have a wide breadth of knowledge. Bethel University makes a number of lectures from their humanities department available online. You can find lectures […]
I am a firm believer that Christians should have good handle on history, especially church history. You can find the audio of a course on Christianity Through the Reformation taught by Anthony Heideman at Front […]
Questions of abortion, artificial insemination, end of life care, assisted suicide and euthanasia are not just theoretical but are real life. Biola University offers a series of lectures on these important issues, taught by Scott […]
If you are interested in how science can inform theology, you might find this conference from Seattle Pacific University of interest. Speakers include John Polkinghorne, Stephen Meyer and others. You can find the audio at […]
You can find an entire course on Christian ethics taught by David Jones at Covenant Seminary available online in audio format. You can get it from iTunes U here. I found it to be quite […]
The subject of ethics is one that we cannot afford to be ignorant on. There are some good Christian resources but we should be aware of what non-Christians are saying as well. I have been […]
If you are interested in learning about logic, you might like this course on audio from Front Range Community College by Mike Coste on iTunes U. You can find it here. The style of the […]
I recently listened to a series of talks on the Book of Romans by Harold Attridge and David Bartlett from Yale Divinity School. I did not agree with everything they said, but that is good, […]
There are some lectures available from the Reformed Theological Seminary by Richard Bauckham on the Gospels as history. They are quite good. You can get the lectures from iTunes here.
I am a firm believer that those interested in Christian apologetics should have a good background in history. A great resource is the lecture series on Ancient Greek History by Donald Kagan from Yale University. […]
One of the reasons that bad religious ideas develop is that many people have a poor understanding of history. UC Berkeley provides audio of their course on the Ancient Mediterranean World on iTunes. You can […]
Ever wish you could study philosophy at Oxford? You can, and for free. There is a video podcast course on general philosophy taught by Peter Millican that you can get on iTunes here.
The Open University provides some free podcasts on Philosophy and the Human Situation. You can find them on iTunes here.
I have been trying to increase my knowledge in the area of philosophy and at this point I have been doing it primarily through podcasts. Right now I am listening to a course on the […]
I recently listened to a philosophy podcast on itunes university by Dr. Daniel Kaufman from Missouri State University. It is not from a Christian perspective but I thought it was a good introduction the issues. […]