Showing posts with label Featured Podcast. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Featured Podcast. Show all posts

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Mentoring by Greg Koukl: Watch Your Language [MP3]

Greg Koukl is one of the best Christian apologists to learn from, especially when it comes to practical communication. (His book Tactics: A Game Plan for Discussing Your Christian Convictions is a must-read for all Christians.) You should subscribe to his monthly mentoring newsletters and podcast. A good example is this month's mentoring letter with A Simple Communication Tip. It's also got an audio version (from the podcast), linked below.

Full MP3 Audio here (7 min)

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Blaise Pascal Audio Series by Ken Samples

Blaise Pascal was one of the greatest thinkers of his day. He was a scientist, inventor, philosopher, mathematician and theologian. His book the Pensées is popular to this day. In today's featured resource, philosopher and theologian Ken Samples provides a multi-part series on Blaise Pascal. This is part of Ken Samples' excellent Straight Thinking podcast (subscribe via RSS or iTunes). More parts will be added below as they become available.

• Part 1: Man of Reason & Faith
• Part 2: Two Apologetics Insights
• Part 3: The Wager (part 1)
• Part 4: The Wager (part 2)


More podcasts from here.

Wednesday, June 01, 2011

Featured Resource: Hope's Reason Apologetics Journal

Today's featured resource is Hope's Reason: A Journal of Apologetics. Here you'll find academically sound apologetic resources that will equip Christians (pastor and layperson) to engage critics and to answer the questions of seekers. The journal is can be found here. In addition, check out the podcast (RSS feed | iTunes | one-click). The journal and podcast are edited by Stephen Bedard, also the author of Unmasking the Pagan Christ. Check out these resources today.

Hope's Reason Apologetics Journal main page. (volume 1 here)
Hope's Reason Podcast page.


Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Featured Podcast: Discourse

Today's featured podcast is Discourse. In this podcast, BreakPoint's Stephen Reed discusses Christian worldview with a variety of guests. Past interviews include Dr. J. Budziszewski (MP3), Dr. Timothy Keller (MP3), Norman Geisler (MP3), John Stonestreet & Chuck Colson (MP3), and more. A good podcast to add to your your worldview and apologetics playlist.

Subscribe to Discourse:
iTunes | RSS Feed | one-click


Wednesday, March 09, 2011

Featured Resource: The Point with John Stonestreet

The Point is radio minute and blog aimed at the the intersections of faith and life, of truth and decision, of Christ and culture, of heart and mind.
You'll find commentary on news, media, entertainment and culture from a Christian perspective.

Here is The Point
Go to The Point Blog.
Go to The Point Podcast. (RSS)
Go to The Point on Facebook.
Follow The Point on Twitter.

Hear Apologetics 315's interview with John Stonestreet here.

Friday, February 25, 2011

New Podcast: Fallacy Friday by Matthew Flannagan

The Fallacy Friday Podcast is the weekly audio version of Matthew Flannagan's Fallacy Friday posts over at the MandM blog. Matt has has occasionally been asked by para-church, church and home-schooling groups to put together a critical thinking or “mini logic” course, with a focus on fallacy spotting, and teach it to their youth. He has found the demand to be quite high from youth and adults alike, so he has decided to do a short piece on this every Friday on MandM entitled “Fallacy Friday.”

Apologetics315 will be producing the audio version, released every Friday as well. Subscribe using:
RSS Feed, or
Via iTunes, or
one-click to your feed-reader

To navigate the series in print, use the Fallacy Friday tag over at Check out the introduction to the series (text | MP3), and the first episode: What is an Argument? (text | MP3)

Be sure to visit and subscribe to MandM blog. Hear an interview with Matt Flannagan.


Saturday, February 05, 2011

Featured Podcast: Christian Persuaders

Today's featured podcast is Christian Persuaders, brought to you by UCCF. Apologists are communicators, and learning from the experts as they offer their personal insights is invaluable. This podcast offers interviews with notable apologists and evangelists as they share their experience. Whether chatting with John Lennox about the dangers of the lazy apologist, or speaking with Michael Green about persuasive speaking in Cathedrals, or with Os Guinness about the demolition and construction of arguments -- this podcast offers some great insights.

Find it here: Christian Persuaders - RSS / iTunes / 1-click.
More about CP here.


Friday, January 21, 2011

Norman Geisler Podcast

This 4-minute apologetics podcast is by Norman Geisler, who is the author or co-author of some 70 books and hundreds of articles. See Geisler author page here. See other Geisler resources on Ap315 here. Entitled "The Voice of Truth," this podcast presents Geisler's nutshell answers to dozens of issues.

Get the RSS feed here, or subscribe in iTunes here.


Thursday, January 13, 2011

Featured Podcast: Overflow Today

Overflow Today is a free 3 to 5 minute video/audio podcast for Christians which teach us how to naturally “overflow” into our non-Christian friends’ lives with the gospel. Each show is different and brings new and helpful ideas. Topics include: how to transition to talking about Jesus; intellectual answers to objections about our faith; and many more. From answering questions, to removing doubts, Overflow Today seeks to give you confidence and connect you better with non-believers.

You can subscribe to the podcast here or via RSS or in iTunes.

Have a look at some of the topics you'll find. Lots of short snippets from some of the best apologetics and evangelism resources out there. Some of the apologetic topics:

DNA Evidence for a Creator
Scientists Who Believe
You’re Wrong to Convert Others!
All Religions Lead to the Same Place!
How Could a Good God Allow Evil and Suffering?
Religion Causes Most Violence and Wars!
Christians are Judgmental!
Bible – Reliable? Defendable?
Hard to Believe Bible Passages
Shutting Down Cheap Shots
Hypocrites in the Church?


Friday, October 29, 2010

Two New Podcasts from Stand to Reason

Here are two new monthly podcasts by Stand to Reason. Their purpose is to help Christians think more clearly about their faith and to help them make an even-handed, incisive, yet gracious defense for classical Christianity.

A Piece of My Mind: contains Greg Koukl's Mentoring Letters and issues of Solid Ground with commentary which can be found at
Bulletproof: Brett Kunkle's podcast equipping parents, youth leaders, and educators to train a new generation of young people to stand for the truth of Christianity.

Greg Koukl's A Piece of My Mind - iTunes link | RSS Feed
Brett Kunkle's Bulletproof - iTunes link | RSS Feed


1,000th post.

Friday, September 24, 2010

13 Good Reasons for Studying Logic by Ken Samples

Philosopher and theologian Kenneth Samples hosts the Straight Thinking Podcast over at (It's one of our Top16 apologetics podcasts.) He is in the middle of a series of five episodes on the topic: Thirteen Good Reasons for Studying Logic, based on content from Peter Kreeft's Socratic Logic book. Good stuff:

Thirteen Good Reasons for Studying Logic
Part 1Part 2Part 3Part 4Part 5

Subscribe to the podcast here: RSS feed | iTunes | website


More logic resources here!

Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Albert Molher's New Podcasts: The Briefing and Thinking in Public

A few months ago, Albert Mohler's daily radio program ended. For those who missed his old program terribly, there is good news: Al Mohler has launched two new podcasts:

The Briefingenables Christians to think biblically by providing daily worldview analysis about the leading news headlines and cultural conversations. RSS Feed | iTunes

Thinking in Public: An interview forum for intelligent conversation about frontline theological and cultural issues. RSS Feed | iTunes

Molher's cultural commentary is extremely useful. Also check out his great web site,  blog, audio resources, and video. A great resource!


Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Pascal's Pensées Audiobook Podcast Feed MP3

Blaise Pascal's great collection of thoughts, captured in his Pensées, is available for free download via Total running time: 11:15:17 The Librivox page has links to all the texts and audio files, but here are the quickest links to get the audio:

RSS feed · Subscribe in iTunes


[HT: Wes]

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Alister McGrath on Atheist Fundamentalism MP3

Oxford professor Alister McGrath is interviewed on the Issues, Etc. radio program on the subject of Atheist Fundamentalism. Check out past episodes of Issues, Etc. here. More Alister McGrath stuff here.


Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Bible and Apologetics Mp3 Series by R.C. Sproul

R.C. Sproul presents this 5-part audio series entitled The Bible and Apologetics, dealing with the trustworthiness of the Bible and apologetic considerations. This audio is from Sproul's Renewing Your Mind podcast.

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5


See also R.C. Sproul's book Can I Trust the Bible?

[HT: Seth]

Friday, July 16, 2010

Why Won't God Heal Amputees? MP3 Audio from

This audio is an MP3 version of one of the many questions that are answered on today's featured website/podcast/resource: Some people suggest that if God doesn't heal amputees in answer to prayer, this is proof that He does not exist. This audio addresses at least 7 false assumptions. The text answer is here.

If you would like to subscribe to's Bible answers podcasts, here are some feeds to use:

Check out their 2009-2010 podcast feed here.
Check out there 2005-2008 podcast here here.

Be sure to check out their Crucial Questions page as well. A good resource.


Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Featured Podcast: Pensées by Fixed Point Foundation

This is the Fixed Point Foundation's new podcast: Pensées: Exploring the Great Questions. The first two episodes include excerpts from discussions on intelligent design with David Berlinski, John Lennox, and Steven Fuller. Also be sure to check out Fixed Point for a number of good debates.

Subscribe in their RSS Feed or in iTunes.


What was last year's post? See here.

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Apologetics Course Audio/Video via iTunes U

This iTunesU podcast feed covers 24 audio files (or videos) on the topic of Apologetics. The course instructor is Mark R. Stevenson, M.Div through Emmaus Bible College Online. For course syllabus, click here for PDF. Audio files are outlined below:

• The Nature and Task of Apologetics • Overview of the History of Apologetics • Introduction to Apologetic Methdology • Classical Apologetics 1 & 2 • Evidentialism 1 & 2 • Reformed Apologetics 1 & 2 • Fideism • Integrative Apologetics • Postmodernism • The Existence of God 1 & 2 • The Reliability of Scripture • The Identity of Jesus Christ • The Problem of Evil & Suffering • Miracles • The Resurrection of Jesus • Pluralism • The Problem of Hell • The Challenge of Ethics • Embracing Christianity

Click here to go right to iTunesU to begin downloading audio and video.


Thursday, June 24, 2010

Westminster's Apologetics Course on iTunes

This is an set of 13 apologetics lectures by Westminster Theological Seminary professors, including: Scott Oliphant, Greg Bahnsen, William Edgar, Francis Schaeffer, and Cornelius Van Til. Audios included are:

• Reformation and Apologetics: Calvin's Presuppositional Apologetic (Lillback)
• Faith and the Intellect (Schaeffer)
• The Role of Worldviews in Apologetic Dialogue (Oliphint)
• What is Presuppositional Apologetics? (Oliphint)
• Why I am a Presuppositionalist (Edgar)
• History and Nature of Apologetics: Faith, Reason and Theism (Van Til)
• Present State of Christian Philosophy (Oliphint)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 1 (Bahnsen)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 2 (Bahnsen)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 3 (Bahnsen)
• Van Tilian Apologetics 4 (Bahnsen)
• Something Much Too Plain to Say (Oliphint)
• Apologetics (Edgar)

Click here to launch iTunes link.


Friday, May 21, 2010

Westminster Larger & Shorter Catechism Podcasts

This is an audio version of The Westminster Larger Catechism and Shorter Catechism. Each episode is a section of ten questions. The question is read followed by the answer. They can be downloaded via iTunes at these links:

• The Westminster Shorter Catechism in iTunes
• The Westminster Larger Catechism in iTunes


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