List of the Top 5 Christian Podcasts

Here is the Ultimate Truth of the top 5 Christian Podcasts in 2020, or possibly in the last 10 years.

  1. BadChristian Podcast
  2. The Vox Podcast with Mike Erre
  3. Holy Post Podcast
  4. This Cultural Moment/Fight Hustle End Hurry
  5. Christian Podcast

These are my top 5 conversational podcasts. Not everyone would agree of course and there are so many really good podcasts out there. I chose these for a reason. These are some of the breakthrough, pioneer Podcasts to ever start questioning and bringing intrepid and thoughtful conversations to the table.

What do you think? What are you Favorite Podcasts out there?

#613 Hanging out with Michael Gungor The Bad Christian Podcast

Mike stops by and man do we have fun. This is three friends who don’t know much but have a good time talking about all we don’t know! We talk about are transitions in and through Christianity, how our podcasts have taken us places we never thought or didn’t want to go and we laugh a lot. You’ll love this episode so come hangout with us. Follow Gungor on Spotify  Keep up with what Michael's doing at gungormusic.com Join the BC Club for two bonus episodes!  Go to thebcclub.com to join! The Labeled Universe is expanding!  Subscribe to the new Labeled: Deep Dives series The Making of Underoath's Voyeurist.  Go to https://www.labeleduniverse.com/ to subscribe. Friday is the last day to buy a custom song from Emery!  Get yours now!  Emerymusic.com  Nothing says Valentine's Day like new sex toys… get 10% off at MarriageSupply.com  with code BCPOD!
  1. #613 Hanging out with Michael Gungor
  2. #612 Matt and Toby Raw
  3. #611 Dr. Jacqui Lewis
  4. #610 The First BigShow Of 2022
  5. #609 It’s The BigShow!

332 – Unified- Part 1: Lines and Erasers Voxology

Unified- Part 1: Lines and Erasers. This is the first episode in a longer conversation on 'Unity.' We have received many questions about how we can have unity with people we vehemently disagree with… Here, Mike and Tim first discuss how we define unity, or what it means to be unified. Then, Mike walks us through different "sets" we use (as first explored by Paul Hiebert, via Mark Baker). What is a 'Bounded Set,' and how do we relate to and understand that way of living? How has a 'Bounded Set' been realized in our churches and communities? The next is a 'Fuzzy Set.' How does this relate to 'Bounded?' How might we overcorrect from one and land in the other? Lastly, Mike walks us through the 'Centered Set.' How is this characterized? How might we restructure our communal dynamics to better embody this mindset? How does all of this relate to deconstruction and leaving the Church? There is so much to unpack here, hence the beginning of a longer conversation.  Mike also reads a few more listener 'deconstruction' stories. We love this engagement!  As always, we encourage and would love discussion as we pursue. Always feel free to email in questions to hello@voxpodcast.com, and to engage the conversation on Facebook and Instagram. Learn more about the Voxology Podcast Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify Support the Voxology Podcast on Patreon The Voxology Spotify channel can be found here: Voxology Radio Follow us on Instagram: @voxologypodcast and "like" us on Facebook Follow Mike on Twitter: www.twitter.com/mikeerre Music in this episode by Timothy John Stafford Instagram & Twitter: @GoneTimothy
  1. 332 – Unified- Part 1: Lines and Erasers
  2. 331 – A Conversation on the Death Penalty – with Renee Monzon
  3. 330 – Can We Have Unity Amidst Opposing Ideologies? with Dr. Timothy Gombis
  4. 329 – Santa, Satan & the Unforgivable Sin
  5. 328 – Focus on Jesus

Episode 493: Fundy Fashion & Native American Christianity with Matthew Milliner The Holy Post

A new study finds evangelicals see most thing in society in categories of good and evil while nonbelievers see more nuance. Phil, Skye, and Kaitlyn discuss the implications. Bob Jones University has a fashion design department. What could possibly go wrong? Pretty much everything when a student discovered his androgynous Jesus coat was a fundamentalist fashion faux pas. Then, art historian Matthew Milliner talks about his new book “The Everlasting People: G.K. Chesterton and the First Nations.” Milliner explains the arrogance and injustice of progressivism, and the surprising story of Christianity among indigenous North Americans that rarely gets told. Plus, 100 monkeys on a truck and drunks on a plane. News Segment 0:00 – Intro 3:29 – Animal News https://apnews.com/article/oddities-pennsylvania-monkeys-animals-52100c02527985f7dde4674724bb3332 8:16 – News of the Butt https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/22/us/covid-flight-passenger-violent.html 16:34 – Fundamentalist fashion faux pas https://baptistnews.com/article/how-a-students-fashion-design-project-upset-the-created-order-at-bob-jones-university/#.Ye7fBS1h1B0 39:50 – Can society be split into good and evil? https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2021/12/21/christians-religiously-unaffiliated-differ-on-whether-most-things-in-society-can-be-divided-into-good-evil/https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/03/the-yuck-factor/580465/ Sponsor 51:40 – This episode is sponsored by Abide: http://abide.co/holypost Interview with Matthew Milliner “The Everlasting People: G.K. Chesterton and the First Nations” – https://amzn.to/3tY6PYx 52:44 – Interview Start/Intro 54:45 – Why this book? 1:01:27 – Chesterton’s worldview 1:08:00 – Progressivism then and now 1:15:08 – Christianity in native cultures 1:22:18 – Indigenous symbols 1:30:29 – EndOther resources mentioned: “Orthodoxy” by G.K. Chesterton – https://amzn.to/3G1TYGY“Dream Catchers” by Philip Jenkins – https://amzn.to/3FZJJDm “One Church, Many Tribes” by Richard Twiss – https://amzn.to/3AuRksc “Mixed Blessings” edited by Tolly Bradford & Chelsea Horton – https://amzn.to/35oZgjq The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.
  1. Episode 493: Fundy Fashion & Native American Christianity with Matthew Milliner
  2. Episode 492: After School Satan Clubs, MLK Day, & Disturbing Bible Stories with Esau McCaulley & David T. Lamb
  3. Episode 491: American Democracy & American Inerrancy with Michael F. Bird
  4. Episode 490: Lessons from the Global Church with Christine Caine
  5. French Friday: Jeremiads & Drones

This Cultural Moment Live in Melbourne, Australia Pt.2 This Cultural Moment

Part 2 of This Cultural Moment recorded Live in Melbourne, Australia.
  1. This Cultural Moment Live in Melbourne, Australia Pt.2
  2. This Cultural Moment Live in Melbourne, Australia Pt.1
  3. Q&A with Mark Sayers, Jon Tyson, and Pete Hughes
  4. This Cultural Moment Live at Wildfires in the UK
  5. An Interview with Jon Tyson from NYC
This week John Mark and Jeff talk about saying no. And why it's important as followers of Jesus. John Mark's book: https://amzn.to/2MezgLq Jeff's book: https://amzn.to/33qWFPA
  1. 10. Saying No
  2. 9. Empathy
  3. 8. Obscurity
  4. 7. Simplicity
  5. 6. Slowing Down

#43 Conspiracy or Truth? United Nations NGO Rep Mattea Merta Christian Podcast

Mattea Merta is pro-family NGO Rep at the United Nations.  President of www.votefamily.ca Political advisor. Check our Merch at: www.christianpodcast.com/merch Follow us on: www.instagram.com/xtianpodcast www.facebook.com/xtianpodcast — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christianpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/christianpodcast/support
  1. #43 Conspiracy or Truth? United Nations NGO Rep Mattea Merta
  2. #42 What does an activist do? | Enneagram 8 Sandra Maria Van Opstal
  3. #41 Atheist Pastors in the secular age? Brian Zahnd
  4. #40 2021 year in Review with Beto Gudino and David Barrera
  5. #39 I needed daily bread | Kate Wood

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