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Below is our big list of the best Christian podcasts that regularly provide content that is entertaining, Biblical, and edifying. Some are radio programs, some are online-only content, and others are regularly released archival selections.
Try one out for your next commute and find your new favorite podcast!
Updated September 16, 2016.
Once a week Apologetics315.com puts out a podcast where they interview a different apologist on the issues of apologetics, theology, and evangelism.
Equipping parents, youth leaders, and educators to train a new generation of young people to stand for the truth of Christianity. Released monthly.
This apologetics podcast is hosted by Lenny Esposito of www.ComeReason.org. Lenny deals with ethics, religious beliefs, and arguments against the Christian perspective. New podcasts released each Sunday.
The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast is hosted by J. Warner Wallace, cold-case detective, Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Biola University and author of Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels. New each week, the podcast lasts about an hour.
Hosted by Frank Turek, this weekly call-in radio show is both helpful and entertaining. Turek, author of I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist, discusses challenging topics, takes questions from listeners, and interviews dynamic Christian apologists.
This podcast features the Sunday School teaching of noted apologist, William Lane Craig. Dr. Craig’s Sunday school class covers Christian doctrine and apologetics.
This podcast is put out by James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries. Available as audio and video, White’s podcast comes a couple of times each week and lasts about an hour.
William Lane Craig’s weekly podcast features conversations about timely apologetics topics and frequently brings on other apologists. Set up in an interview style, each one ranges from 15 to about 25 minutes in length.
Ravi Zacharias’ ministry offers two different apologetics podcasts. Just Thinking is 15-minutes long and comes out each weekday, while Let My People Think is a half hour podcast which comes out once a week. Each one features Ravi and his team discussing life’s most important questions.
Greg Koukl’s weekly call-in apologetics show offers an open public forum on ethics, values, and religion. Each show is about 2 hours long and covers a wide range of interesting topics.
This podcast from across the pond is put out by Premier Christian Radio in England. Each week Justin Brierley engages in fundamental questions on Christianity with the intention to openly discuss different opinions between Christians and non-believers.
These fictional, character-building dramas are created to teach biblical truth to children. Sure, its for the kids but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it while they listen.
This broadcast from Bible commentator Warren Wiersbe provides practical, in-depth 25-minute studies to help you engage God’s Word.
The title is so specific that there isn’t much needed for a description!
Howard Dayton and Steve Moore talk personal finances from a Christian perspective. Out each weekday, these are about 25 minutes long.
Focus on the Family is a half-hour daily dose of encouragement and advice for the family with Jim Daly and John Fuller.
Chuck Swindol’s messages seek to help listeners apply biblical truth to their daily lives.
Hear R.C. Sproul, Jr. explore the implications of Jesus’ life, death, resurrection, and ascension on how we should think and live in His world.
No Compromise Radio is a ministry dedicated to the ongoing proclamation of Jesus Christ, His exclusive and saving gospel, and His inerrant Word. New episodes are put out each weekday.
Listen in as Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, talks about the latest books, cultural conversations and pressing ethical questions that point us toward the kingdom of Christ.
The Gospel Coalition is a fellowship of evangelical churches deeply committed to renewing faith in the gospel of Christ and to reforming ministry practices to conform fully to the Scriptures.
This weekday broadcast clocks in at just under 30 minutes and features the Bible teaching of David Jeremiah.
“Amazing grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me.” That is why we chose the name “Wretched.” Until a man or woman recognizes that they are indeed wretched, they cannot appreciate the cross. By calling the show “Wretched”, it is a constant reminder that we all need a Savior.
Join Aaron Armstrong each week as he speaks with Christian authors about the books they’re writing, and the books they’re reading—and how reading widely can help us as Christians, creators, and disciple makers.
Current Events & Politics
Put out each weekday by Al Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, the Briefing is an intelligent look at the top news stories as analyzed through the Christian worldview. This is an excellent way to stay informed of current events and maintain a biblical outlook regarding our culture.
As you may have guessed, this is a weekly podcast put out by Breakpoint. These 25-minute episodes hosted by John Stonestreet feature discussions of faith, politics, and culture.
Each weekday Janet Parshall provides unique insight and analysis of current events.
Each Saturday this podcast seeks to help listeners sort through today’s issues in a way that honors the Christian faith. Each episode features interesting guests and multiple topics.
Listen as Russell Moore explores applying the gospel of the kingdom to questions about cultural issues and the Christian life.
Also by Al Mohler, each of these episodes are in an interview format and feature discussions about theological and cultural issues facing our society. This is longer than The Briefing, but is put out only once or twice each month.
Hosted by Matt Chandler and Josh Patterson, The Village Church Podcast Show offers a fun and insightful look at ministry, theology and culture. Put out twice a month, each episode is about 30 minutes.
This podcast offers informative counsel and wisdom from one of today’s leading biblical expositors into the details of sermon preparation, preaching, and ministry.
Rather than a sermon feed, this podcast features Dave Harvey interviewing key Christian leaders to discuss the issue of pastoral calling, as well as pastoral leadership in general.
Each day a new sermon from John MacArthur is put out. These excellent expository sermons are 30 minutes in length and provide solid, biblical teaching.
These sermons from Piper are distributed through Desiring God, though currently the feed seems to not have been updated for a few weeks.
DeYoung is pastor of University Reformed Church in East Lansing, Michigan. This podcast regularly features his latest sermons.
A pastor at Capitol Hills Baptist Church and President of 9Marks Ministries, Mark Dever is an excellent speaker and expository preacher. In the link above you’ll need to sort by preacher to find his most recent sermon.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was a Welsh Protestant minister, preacher and medical doctor who was influential in the Reformed wing of the British evangelical movement in the 20th century. While these are obviously not new, they do put out a sermon each weekday.
Paul David Washer is the Founder/Director & Missions Coordinator of HeartCry Missionary Society which supports indigenous missionary work.
Preaching and Preachers is a podcast devoted to those who preach, and to the task of preaching itself. It is brought to you by Jason Allen, President of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. This is a weekly podcast.
This podcast from Pastor H.B. Charles is dedicated to helping you to preach faithfully, clearly, and better. Each episode takes a close look at some very practical aspects of preaching.
These sermons from Alistair Begg are put out daily with a mission to teach the Bible with clarity and relevance so that unbelievers will be converted, believers will be established and local churches will be strengthened.
Each episode takes a contested or puzzling passage of the Bible, walks through the most common interpretations, and then recommends how to preach or teach the passage effectively.
* Note: There are many great preachers providing excellent sermons online, but not all post regular podcasts. If you have a link for your favorite preacher, share it in the comments!
Featuring interviews with Reformed Baptist authors, pastors, theologians, and more. This podcast also talks about church headlines, relevant news, and often does book giveaways.
Carl Trueman, Todd Pruitt and Aimee Byrd discuss theology, challenges facing the Church, and what counts in the Christian life. This podcast comes out once a week.
This podcast 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.
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.
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.”
Truth Forum is a monthly podcast hosted by Truth Remains founder David Parsons. In each episode David interviews a notable guest on topics relevant to Christians endeavoring to be faithful to Christ in the midst of a cultural whirlwind.
Short But Worthwhile
Out each weekday, this podcast features daily interviews with John Piper where he answers tough theological and pastoral questions.
5 Minutes in Church History, hosted by Dr. Stephen Nichols, is a weekly podcast that provides an informal and informative look at church history. As you may have guessed, each one lasts 5 minutes.
These episodes seek to help you develop a deeper mind for truth and a heart for God. Hosted by Dr. Don Sweeting, president of Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando. New each weekday.