Christian Worldview Podcasts
There are a number of Christian worldview podcasts that address everyday questions from a biblical perspective. They can help you to think biblically about culture, politics, and news.
This podcast explores the topic of moral equivalence in arguments about Israel and Hamas. The show features interviews with Christian leaders who discuss the topic and how it applies to their lives.
The Briefing by Al Mohler
Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. is president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, one of the world’s largest seminaries. His popular podcast, The Briefing, offers a daily analysis of news and events through a Christian worldview lens.
Mohler’s wife, Mary, is an important part of the production process and helps to ensure that listeners receive a strong biblical foundation in everything they hear on the program. They both sacrifice in order to produce the show, and only the Lord knows how many meals have been ruined by their dedication to The Briefing.
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Founded by Chuck Colson in 1991, Breakpoint provides a Christian worldview perspective via radio, interactive media and print. Today, Breakpoint commentaries are read by millions of people each weekday and feature articles by leading Christian writers, RE:News which gathers need-to-know news headlines, and more.
Breakpoint This Week co-hosts John Stonestreet, President of the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and Eric Metaxas discuss current events and culture through the lens of biblical truth. The weekly podcast features conversations with leading Christian authors and thinkers that are compelling and provocative.
The latest episode tackles a host of topics including the Nashville shooting, the increasing number of newborns with syphilis and the strange behavior of monkeys eating their owners’ faces.
For over two decades, Janet Parshall has been broadcasting from the nation’s capital on her Moody Radio program, In the Market with Janet. She is a strong advocate for pro-life issues and biblical cultural analysis. Life Centers is excited to have her as a speaker for this year’s banquet.
She and her daughter Sarah recently released a book called When the Fairy Dust Settles, which encourages women to be critical thinkers. They want Christian women to know that life may not have a happy fairy tale ending, but eternal life with Jesus will.
This weekly call-in apologetics podcast features conversations with William Lane Craig and other apologists. The episodes are helpful and entertaining.
A Christian worldview is rooted in faith in Jesus. Christians believe that God’s Word is true, and it applies to every area of life. Learn more about God’s story and how you can be a part of it.
Season 2 splinters off in new directions, introducing a planet of psychic Mentalics and a pair of wacky clerics who travel fringe worlds spreading Hari Seldon’s gospel. This helps make the show less brainy than Asimov’s books and more of a space-opera spectacle.
A Christian worldview is rooted in faith that Jesus’ death and resurrection offer hope for all humanity. It’s a perspective that allows people to find peace in the storms of life.
The Bible in Context
A daily podcast that helps listeners understand the Bible’s message. It also tackles challenging topics and interviews Christian apologists.
Context is an important part of biblical study. Understanding the historical and literary context of a passage can help make it more meaningful and relevant to our lives today.
This podcast seeks to encourage and equip Christians to better understand their faith and live it boldly. It provides Scriptural insights, encouraging truth, and resources for godly living. The Deeper Christian podcast focuses on Reformed theology. It is a must-listen for anyone wanting to dig deeper into the Word of God. Listeners will find the show informative, inspiring and engaging.
The Bible in a Year
Regular Bible reading is the foundation of any Christian worldview, and a new podcast is helping people do just that. The “Get in the Word” podcast features daily Scripture readings, using a plan that rotates through the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms and Proverbs.
Downs says she’s heard from listeners that entire churches and school districts are reading together, homeschool parents are doing it with their kids, husbands are following along with their wives. “That just blows my mind,” she says.
Founded in 1994, Paratus equips listeners to think scripturally and soundly about the challenges of our modern day culture. It addresses current topics and events with a biblical perspective and defends the truth against the claims of false religions, cults and sects.