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Old 10-19-2010, 11:59 PM - Thread Starter
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Preferably from a Reformed/evangelical perspective, although I can negotiate on that. I like/have vaguely heard or read things by Don Carson, William Lane Craig, Martin Lloyd-Jones, RC Sproul (senior, not junior), John Piper, and... well, I'm not really in the podcast loop. People like that. Nothing too fluffy, but not absolutely dry either. Anything on Biblical archaeology, worldviews, topical stuff, exegetical stuff, debates, theology - whatever. If I can listen to it while knitting, so much the better.


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Old 10-20-2010, 12:51 AM
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No fluff there and lots to chew on. Also, you'll find lots of opposers if you go a-googlin, but give it a chance and listen for your self. Don't believe everything you find on google, if you know what i mean.

He uses the Bible to interpret the Bible.

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Michael Youseff? Don't know if he's reformed, but he's good.

Voddie Baucham, maybe? I've only heard a few things from him, but it's been good. He's probably Reformed or close to it. But also part of the family-integrated church movement, don'tk now how you feel about them.
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Awww, does it have to be a podcast? Or evangelical?
Are you interested in prophecy? Here's some meat from an expert in prophecy:
This one is a series.
This one is interesting The 666 Fix.
And another, same speaker... but I don't remember listening to this one.

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My favorites are:
J. Vernon McGee
Ravi Zacharias
And my pastor.

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Sermons, devotionals, and studies from Sojourn Community Church are pretty awesome. Lots to think about in them with all you mentioned.

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Does NT Wright have any podcasts? He's a fabulous theologian. Incidentally his gospels for everyone series is fabulous.

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Quoted: 21 Post(s) is probably the best source for finding numerous different preachers, plus they have some old stuff like Spurgeon. Not all reformed, but a lot of them are. This is our church - and our pastor's father - aker&keyword=Pastor^Sam^M.^Allison

Voddie Baucham is reformed and credo-baptistic -

Sproul's website is and has a ton of stuff on it.

Joe Morecraft is one of my favorites -

Don Kistler @ sermon audio

Kevin Swanson -

ETA: Gary Demar is on Sermon Audio too if you are looking for eschatology
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We really like Alister Begg.

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(realize I'm posting on an oooold thread. I am subbing for ideas, largely to listen to while knitting too!)


I like Alester Begg too!  I also listen to


Pastor Jeff Perry-- 

and Ravi Zacharias--- 




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Tim Keller, you can find his podcasts free on itunes.

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