I love listening to podcasts and I listen to shows on a number of subjects. My list of favourites change over time but this is the current list (in no particular order). Ask NT Wright […]
Listening to podcasts is an important part of my lifelong learning strategy. I listen to podcasts while I cut the grass, walk the dog, do the laundry, drive to work and any other opportunity that […]
I have often heard students talk about being eager to graduate so they can stop studying and start doing. While I am eager to graduate in my own current studies, it is a mistake to […]
As a pastor, an important part of my role is teaching. But just as important, if not more, is my role as a student. I need to be learning, not just more biblical and theological […]
Subscribe to a Good Apologetics Podcast Christian apologists today live in a time of unprecedented free and accessible apologetics information. There was a time that learning required either a taking an in-class course or getting […]
I really enjoy listening to podcasts. It makes commuting enjoyable for me as it is almost like reading a book. I listen to a number of podcasts, not all of them religious, and I appreciate […]
I drive a lot. We do everything outside of the city we live in. We don’t even go to church in the same city. Because of all that time in the car, it is nice […]
I am a fairly busy guy and do not have the opportunities to read that I would like to. I try to make up for that by listening to podcasts (not that podcasts could ever […]
I am currently listening to the History of Philosophy podcast by Peter Adamson from King’s College London. You can find this on iTunes here.
I have started an apologetics podcast connected with Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics. It is called Hope’s Reason: A Podcast of Apologetics. You can find the podcast here or find it on iTunes here.
Ravi Zacharias has a good podcast called Just Thinking. It is usually a message divided into four parts, with the fifth podcast a question and answer session. You can get Just Thinking on iTunes here.
One of the most important works in philosophy is Plato’s Republic. It should be read by anyone interested in philosophy. To aid in your study of Plato, you can get the Republic as a podcast. […]
I have been attempting to increase my knowledge in philosophy. One of the ways I do that is with podcasts. One of the ones I have enjoyed is called Philosophy Bites. They are a short […]
I have been listening lately to a very good New Testament podcast. It is by biblical scholar Mark Goodacre. I do not necessarily agree with everything he teaches but he has some great things to […]
I recently started listening the Reasonable Faith podcasts by William Lane Craig. I found them quite enjoyable and helpful. They are mix of answers to questions sent in and portions of debates with background on […]