Our very own podcast presents sound doctrine in plain language. We’re here to help you better understand, articulate, and live out the fullness of the Christian faith.
The Credo podcast asks difficult theological questions and features conversations with well-known theologians. The goal of the podcast is to help listeners better understand theology and, as a result, be better equipped to live a Christian life.
Featuring interviews with Reformed Baptist authors, pastors, theologians, and more. This podcast also talks about church headlines, and relevant news, and often does book giveaways.
Carl Trueman and Todd Pruitt discuss theology, challenges facing the Church, and what counts in the Christian life. This podcast comes out once a week.
This Christian Theology Podcasts feed is a collection of all the audio content put out by the Reformed Forum website.
Christ the Center focuses on Reformed Christian theology. In each episode, a group of informed panelists discusses important issues in order to encourage critical thinking and a better understanding of Reformed doctrine with a view toward godly living.
Though many of these broadcasts are the sermons of R.C. Sproul, they provide enough deeply theological content to be put in the theology category vs. the list of preachers.
Simply Put is a podcast to help you build your Christian vocabulary. Listen each week to expand your understanding and deepen your faith, one word at a time.
Theology Unplugged is a weekly broadcast of Credo House, covering orthodoxy, hermeneutics, inerrancy, trinitarianism, truth, postmodernism, the emergent church, problem passages, and more. Each episode is roughly 25 minutes long.
Theology Gals is a podcast by women on Reformed Theology. Coleen, Ashley, and Angela bring a biblical, reformed Christian perspective to the table. They discuss theology, studying God’s word, and the importance of applying it to the Christian life.
Listen in on three men with different denominational backgrounds having fun discussing culturally relevant theological matters, helping Christians “know what they believe and why they believe it.”