Podcasts designed to deepen the listener's understanding and application of the Bible.
Rank #1: Genesis 1:1-1:2.
“In the Beginning: An Introduction to Genesis” Music: “Take Me Deeper” by the Ken Ferguson Band. Please check out and support their ministry at KingdomTunes.com!
Rank #2: Philippians 1:1-6.
Introduction to the book of Philippians: a book about growing in our love for Jesus and in our love for those Jesus died to redeem. Music: “Take Me Deeper” by the Ken Ferguson Band. Please check out their ministry at KingdomTunes.com!
One year. Every day. 365 days through the Bible in community with tens of thousands of others around the globe following the same quest. Hand crafted daily from the rolling hills of Tennessee, Nashville based author and speaker Brian Hardin is your guide on the adventure of a lifetime. Visit us on the web at www.dailyaudiobible.com A YEAR CHANGES EVERYTHING!
Rank #1: DAB February 07 - 2020.
Ex 26:1-27:21, Matt 25:1-30, Ps 31:1-8, Pr 8:1-11
Rank #2: DAB February 06 - 2020.
Ex 23:14-25:40, Matt 24:29-51, Ps 30:1-12, Pr 7:24-27
A bible study podcast by Chris Christensen.
Rank #1: #397 - Psalm 61-62 – God Our Rock.
This episode is part 46 in a study of the book of Psalms. In these too Psalms David refers to God as his Rock. The rock that is "higher than I", "My rock and my salvation". Where do we look to for strength and stability?
Rank #2: #378 - Psalm 37 – Don’t Worry About the Wicked – .
This episode is part 27 in a study of the book of Psalms. In this psalm David, now an old man, looks around and sees the wicked prosper. He tells the people of God not to worry about it, that in his life he has always seen the wicked fail and God be faithful to those who are faithful to him.
Rank #1: Advent – Matthew 2:13-15.
Tim Nelson - Advent - Matthew 2:13-15
Rank #2: Citizens – Becoming Healers in an Age of Division – “Rejected” – Luke 9:51-56.
Ashlee Eiland - Citizens - Becoming Healers in an Age of Division - "Rejected" - Luke 9:51-56
The English Audio Drama New Testament (ESV) is a unique presentation of the Audio Bible with approximately 180 different characters and a digitally recorded sound track with full sound effects. For a list of other available languages go to our website at http://FaithComesByHearing.com. The mission of Faith Comes By Hearing is to bring His Church together and make disciples from every nation, tribe, language, and people: to give every person the opportunity to listen completely through the New Testament in their heart language.
Rank #1: Leviticus 11.
Clean and Unclean Animals
Rank #2: 1 Kings 1.
David in His Old Age
Biblical theology, stripped bare of denominational confessions and theological systems by exposing context.
Rank #1: Naked Bible 138: What Day was Jesus Born?.
On what day was Jesus actually born? What year? Does the timing matter? Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus on December 25, but virtually all Christians know that day isn’t the real birth date of the messiah. While that is certainly the case, has the birth date of Jesus been lost to time, or can it be reckoned. This episode of the podcast explores these questions and provides a solution draw from Scripture, backed by both Jewish messianic tradition and astronomy. LOGOS 7 DISCOUNT: get 20% off a base package plus 5 books!
Rank #2: Naked Bible 195: Is Christmas a Pagan Holiday?.
There is much discussion online at this time of year as to the presumed pagan origins of Christmas. December 25, we are told, was a date stolen from pagan worship, specifically from the festival of the “Birth of the Unconquered Sun” (Sol Invictus)? Should Christians have Christmas trees? Aren’t trees pagan objects of worship? How should Christians think about, and respond to, such questions? Do these questions have any relationship to the content of Scripture? Listen to find out. Links and sources: William Tighe, “Calculating Christmas: The Story Behind Dec 25” Touchstone Magazine (December, 2003) Thomas J. Talley, The Origins of the Liturgical Year (The Liturgical Press, 1991) Aaron Gleason, “How Christmas Baptizes Norse Mythology into Powerful Christian Archetypes,” The Federalist (December 15, 2017) Origin of the names of the Days Jewish month names from Babylon
A chapter-a-day reading of the Bible, read by Pastor John Stange
Rank #1: 803: Jonah 1.
John Stange's most recent book, the "Desire Jesus One Year Devotional" is available in both Kindle and Paperback editions on Amazon.com. To pick up a copy today, please Click Here To learn more about becoming a Day-Sponsor of the Chapter-a-Day Audio Bible, please visit www.DesireJesus.com/daysponsor. Crowdfunding: To give a small gift of any amount to help cover the cost of our hosting and production, please CLICK HERE or visit www.DesireJesus.com/podcasts.
Rank #2: Genesis 1.
John Stange's book, the "Desire Jesus, One Year Devotional" is available in both Kindle and Paperback editions on Amazon.com. To pick up a copy today, please visit https://desirejesus.com/bookstore. Crowdfunding: To give a small gift of any amount to help cover the cost of our hosting and production, please visit: https://patron.podbean.com/audiobible or www.DesireJesus.com/sponsor. To email John Stange directly, please send your message to email@example.com.
The creators of BibleProject have in-depth conversations about biblical theology. A companion podcast to BibleProject videos found at bibleproject.com
Rank #1: Humans are... Trees? - Tree of Life E1.
View full show notes →ResourcesMatthew Sleeth, Reforesting FaithGeorge Lakoff and Mark Johnson, Metaphors We Live ByMusicGreyflood: A Moment, A Memory, A Beginning.John Williams: The ForceKyle McElvoy & Stan Forebee: BloomKV: BlocDefender Instrumental by TentsShow produced by Dan Gummel.Powered and distributed by Simplecast.
Rank #2: God or gods? - God E1.
This is our first episode in our new series on the Bible’s portrayal of God! We are currently working on a theme video about God that will be released later in 2018. In part 1, (0-8:33) Tim overviews the whole subject. He says later on in the discussion they will talk about the Trinity in the Bible, but for now, they will just focus on the development of the word God in the Bible. In part 2, (8:33-37:34) Tim outlines the problems of modern conceptions with God compared with ancient Hebrew conceptions of God. Tim says that it comes down to how people use the word ‘God’. Today people use the word ‘God’ to refer to a personal being that exists. ‘God’ is both a title for a kind of being and a name for a specific being: the Judeo Christian God. Tim says that if you look up “monotheism” in the dictionary, they define it as “the belief there is only one God, specifically in Judeo Christianity.” Tim asks how can this be the case if the Bible says things like “Lord of lords” and “God of gods”. How did monotheism today come to mean something that it didn’t mean to the ancient Hebrews? Tim says the Hebrew word for “God” is ‘Elohim’. The short forms of this word is “el” and also “eloah”. Tim says that in Hebrew “Elohim” is plural. In part 3, (37:34-54:05) Tim outlines a unique use of the word “Elohim” the story of Saul in 1 Samuel 28:12-13: Saul has a spirit-medium conjure up the presence of the deceased Samuel: “And the woman saw Samuel, and she cried out...and said ‘I see a elohim rising up from the ground.” This refers to a human who exists apart from their body. This is not saying Samuel is “God” or a “god.” Rather, the word elohim apparently refers to the mode of existence: a member of the non-physical, spirit realm. The later biblical authors developed vocabulary to talk about these beings to more clearly distinguish between them as elohim and the one elohim: Angel, demon, spirits, etc… The implications are Yahweh is an elohim, but not the only elohim (= spirit being). He is the most powerful, and authoritative, and he alone is the creator of all things, including the other elohim. Tim cites this quote by theological scholar Michael Heiser: “Yahweh is an elohim, but no other elohim is Yahweh. Elohim is a place-of-residence term. The word tells you what the proper domain is for that being. By nature, the God of Israel, the many elohim of God’s council, demons, angels, the departed human dead like Samuel, they are part of a non-physical domain, that’s related to, but distinct from the physical, embodied domain. An elohim is by definition and by nature a disembodied entity, so the word can refer to many different beings who inhabit that realm.” In part 4, (54:05-end) Tim outlines a New Testament example. 1 Corinthians 8:4-6: Therefore concerning the eating of things sacrificed to idols, we know that there is no such thing as an idol in the world, and that there is no God but one. For even if there are so-called gods whether in heaven or on earth, as indeed there are many gods and many lords, yet for us there is but one God, the Father, from whom are all things and we exist for Him; and one Lord, Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we exist through Him.” Tim says Paul is telling the Corinthians that there are other “Elohim” but for the Hebrews, their is “one God, the Father, and one Lord, Jesus Christ.” What does this mean to the Hebrews? Find out next time in episode 2! Thank you to all our supporters! Resources: Paul Jouon & T. Muraoka, A Grammar of Biblical Hebrew Michael Heiser: The Naked Bible Podcast 1 Samuel 28:12-13 Check out all our videos and resources at www.thebibleproject.com Produced By: Dan Gummel. Jon Collins. Matthew Halbert Howen Music By: Defender Instrumental: Rosasharn Music In the Distance: Tae the Producer Nocturne: Nomyn 2.
Bible stories are brought to life in Bible Stories My Kids Love!
Rank #1: Jesus and the Lepers.
The Bible teaches us a lesson on the importance of thankfulness as Jesus comes across ten lepers outside the city walls.Enjoy today's Bible Stories My Kids Love. MP3 File - Click Here to Download Podcast a2a_linkname="Bible Stories My Kids Love";a2a_linkurl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/BibleStoriesMyKidsLove";a2a_show_title=1; a2a_linkname="Bible Stories My Kids Love";a2a_linkurl="http://www.biblestoriesmykidslove.com";a2a_show_title=1;
Rank #2: A Christmas Story - Wise Men and the Star.
The Wise Men see a star and follow it, knowing that the prophecies of old were about to come true (from Matthew the first book of the New Testament.)Enjoy this special Christmas edition of Bible Stories My Kids Love. MP3 File - Click Here to Download Podcast a2a_linkname="Bible Stories My Kids Love";a2a_linkurl="http://feeds.feedburner.com/BibleStoriesMyKidsLove";a2a_show_title=1; a2a_linkname="Bible Stories My Kids Love";a2a_linkurl="http://www.biblestoriesmykidslove.com";a2a_show_title=1;
A new way to learn from the ultimate book of Wisdom. Building on the successful 1 Year Daily Audio Bible join in for a new Proverb every day with Nashville, TN based record producer, Photographer and Author Brian Hardin. Every day we select a different translation to round out our community experience. Come be a part. www.dailyaudiobible.com
Rank #1: Daily Audio Proverb December 04.
Rank #2: Daily Audio Proverb December 11.
Rank #1: Mercy’s Lament.
Her father blamed his illness on witchcraft. It was AIDS. When he died, his daughter, ten-year-old Mercy, grew even closer to her mother. But her mother was sick too, and…
Rank #2: How to Stay on Track.
As the world’s fastest blind runner, David Brown of the U.S. Paralympic Team credits his wins to God, his mother’s early advice (“no sitting around”), and his running guide—veteran sprinter…
Welcome to the podcast of the Bible Answer Man broadcast with bestselling author and CRI President Hank Hanegraaff! On the Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank answers your questions with well-reasoned answers to equip you in the essentials of the historic Christian faith and strengthen your walk with the Lord. When it comes to the essentials of Christianity, there must be unity: "In essentials, unity; nonessentials, liberty; and in all things, charity."
Rank #1: Best of BAM:Speaking of Homosexuality with Joe Dallas.
On todays Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes author, speaker, and counselor Joe Dallas to discuss his latest book titled Speaking of Homosexuality: Discussing the Issues with Kindness and Clarity. According to Joe, the church is required to give a defense of the Christian claim that God has defined human sexuality in His Word and to do this clearly and compassionately. Joe tells of his struggle with homosexuality as a teenager and how the Holy Spirit convicted him of sin. He also addresses the argument that Jesus never mentioned homosexuality, the implications of marriage redefinition, and the persecution of Christians. Click here to partner with us and receive Joe Dallas’ books Speaking of Homosexuality and When Homosexuality Hits Homehttps://www.equip.org/product/premium-joe-dallas-books/ Click here to make a gift for 2019 Fiscal Year End. Thank you. https://www.equip.org/product/2019fyewa/
Rank #2: Best of BAM:Joel Osteen, the Fall of Satan, and the Trinity.
On Todays Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank answers the following questions: What is it that is dangerous about Joel Osteen? Is what he talks about kind of like Purgatory? Can you explain the difference between a Theophany and a Christophany, and when reading the Old Testament, how do we know the difference between the two? Ive heard that Ezekiel 28 is talking about the fall of Satan, but in Job 1:6 it seems like he is in heaven with God, and I get confused. Can you expound the Scriptural proof for the Trinity? I see Jesus showing reverence for the Father why is He called the Son and not the brother, if they are the same
The Bible for Normal People is hosted by Peter Enns and Jared Byas
Rank #1: Episode 2: Richard Rohr - A Contemplative Look at The Bible.
On this week's episode we have Fr. Richard Rohr to talk about a contemplative approach to the Bible.
Rank #2: Episode 34: Jen Hatmaker - Changing Your Mind About the Bible: A Survivor's Guide.
In this season 2 opener, Pete & Jared talk with Jen Hatmaker about what can happen, emotionally and relationally, when you change your mind about the Bible. And how to survive it with your faith intact.
Max Lucado is a preacher with a storyteller's gift — a pastor's heart and a poet's pen. Max's message is simple: God loves you; let him. Max serves the people of Oak Hills Church in San Antonio, Texas. He preaches and writes to the hurting, the guilty, the lonely, the discouraged.
Rank #1: Our Dependable God.
Listen to Today's Devotion From the first chapter of Scripture, the Bible makes a case for the dependability of God. Without exception when God spoke, something wonderful happened. By divine fiat there was light, land, beaches, and creatures. God consulted no advisers. He needed no assistance. “For he spoke, and it came to be; he commanded, and it stood firm” (Psalm 33:9). The same power is seen in Jesus. He is unchanging. He’s never caught off guard by the unexpected. “God never changes or casts a shifting shadow” (James 1:17). God is strong. He does not overpromise and under deliver. “God is able to do whatever he promises” (Romans 4:21). “It is impossible for God to lie” (Hebrews 6:18). God will keep his promises! It must happen because of who God is! And because God’s promises are unbreakable our hope is unshakable! Read more Unshakable Hope For more inspirational messages please visit Max Lucado.
A layman's guide to a 150 years of research into the history presented in the Bible. I explore the religion of ancient Israel, and the development of Christianity through to the death of Paul. I discuss every single book in every Bible (there are more than you think!) Lightly garnished with a dash of drollery, a soupcon of scrutiny, and not one ounce of objectivity. Not one ounce! Episodes are released every third Sunday.
Rank #1: 2.1 In Babylon I: The Exile.
In the first episode of series two, I begin with the Judeans in exile in Babylon. We move from the prophet Jeremiah to the prophet Ezekiel, and his crazy imagery, imagery that has inflamed Christian iconography for centuries. But not only Christians. Ezekiel is the father of Jewish mysticism, a movement which the rabbis only quashed in the early Middle Ages.
Rank #2: Bonus 24 The Whacky Book of Daniel.
This is a bonus episode for season two. Steve Guerra and I tackle the the book of Daniel. We all know the book's stories of Daniel: the lion's den, the fiery furnace, and the writing on the wall. We discover a book of two parts, one of which claims to be a reliable history of Babylonian times. Spoiler: It's not. The second half is the only apocalypse in the Old Testament.