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My Top Five Podcasts For 4/2016

I tend to jump around in my podcast listening so the following are the top five podcasts I would include for now.  A few, like Dr. John MacArthur and Grace To You, are always on my iPod.  These are listed in a random order.  I’m not saying I agree with all they teach by placing them here.  Be biblical in your thinking (1 Thessalonians 5:19-21).

  1.  Soteriology 101 with Professor Leighton Flowers
  2. The Dividing Line with Dr. James White
  3. Fighting For the Faith with Chris Rosenbrough
  4. Five Minutes in Church History with Dr. Stephen Nichols
  5. Pardon the Interruption (PTI)

Glory to the King!

Written by The Seeking Disciple

04/22/2016 at 12:48 AM

What’s On My iPod

Just wanted to give an update on what is on my iPod and what I am listening to right now.  These are not in any given order.

1.  John MacArthur & Grace to You

2.  James McDonald & Walk in the Word

3.  Viewpoint on Mormonism

4.  Times Square Church

5.  The Briefing with Dr. Al Mohler

6.  Cross Encounters with Tony Miano

7.  Wretched with Todd Friel

8.  The Daily Audio Bible

Written by The Seeking Disciple

03/20/2014 at 3:15 PM

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For Sports Fans

If you enjoy sports, I encourage you to check out the site and podcast, Mahaney Sports.  It features the podcast of C.J. Mahaney and his son, Chad.  I enjoy it as they mix sports with godliness.  As C.J. Mahaney often points out, we are to do our sports even to the glory of God (Colossians 3:17).

You’ll enjoy the program if you enjoy sports.

Written by The Seeking Disciple

01/27/2014 at 7:54 PM

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My Favorite Podcast

I want to write about my favorite podcast and that being from Dr. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.  You can find his podcast here.

Dr. Mohler does an excellent job of taking historical, social, and theological issues and looking at them from a biblical worldview.  Whether it is a conversation on the religious beliefs of the American founding fathers to the American Civil War to theological issues such as truth and postmodernism, Dr. Mohler always begins and ends by examining the issues in light of the authority of Scripture.  With each podcast, I am learning more and more about various issues and how we should view them from a biblical perspective.

Arminius held the authority of the Scriptures as the judge of all things pertaining to faith and practice.  Notice here what he said:

This perfection is taught in the express testimonies of Scripture, which prohibit any addition to be made to those things which the Lord has commanded; and the same scriptures teach, in a manner the most convincing, that these testimonies must be understood concerning the written word. (Deut. iv, 2; 12, 28; xxx, 10- 14; xxviii, 58; Josh. i, 7, 8.) The apostle therefore requires, that “no one be wise above what is written,” (1 Cor. iv, 6;) and he who tells the Ephesians, “I have not shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of God,” (Acts xx, 27,) confesses, that “he said none other things than those which the prophets and Moses did say should come.” (Acts xxvi, 22.)

Clearly Arminius did not want his students to go beyond what is written in the Word of God.  We would do well to heed his words and test all things by the Scriptures (1 Thessalonians 5:21; 1 John 4:1-2).

Written by The Seeking Disciple

10/19/2012 at 8:00 AM

Theopologetics

I wanted to point to a podcast I have been enjoying with Chris Date called Theopologetics.  Date is a Calvinist brother but I enjoy hearing his interviews and he is fair in his questions that he asks.  Date doesn’t debate those he interviews too often as he allows the person to share their views whether it be on end times or even the doctrine of everlasting punishment.  You can find his podcast here.

Written by The Seeking Disciple

09/10/2011 at 4:33 PM

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