Best Anglican Theology podcasts we could find (Updated August 2019)
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On Theology in the Raw, Preston takes a fresh look at what the Bible really says, as he challenges opinions and traditions--yes, even his own. Homosexuality, sex, porn, drinking, immigration, racial tensions, violence, ISIS, Trump, guns, patriotism, you name it. If it's of interest, you can expect Preston to address it. Think of it as theology for the rest of us. If you have any questions you'd like him to address on the show, email them to chris@prestonsprinkle.com. Hate mail and tirades wi ...
 
saint benedict's table is a church community in the Anglican tradition, deeply involved at the intersection of faith and culture. Along with presenting occasional lectures and workshops, we always post the weekly Sunday evening sermon. Inspired by what Robert Webber calls "the ancient-future," we draw deeply on the great liturgical, theological and spiritual traditions of the church as we explore new ground, new music, new ideas and new futures. Visit us at stbenedictstable.ca
 
Matt and Anne Kennedy discuss theology, scripture, marriage and family issues and politics.
 
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Eucharist
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A podcast of Eucharist Church in San Francisco that explores what it looks like for a community of disciples to live all of life in reference to Christ.
 
The Anglican Review interviews Christian authors, Philosophers, Theologians, Apologists, Anglican Bishops and Priests, Missionaries and others. Its main focus is on discussing academic enrichment from a Biblical stance, as well as Missions, Military and Fellowship around the Anglican Communion and the Christian Church as a whole.
 
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Theology Driven
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Three guys hop in a car, drive around town, and discuss various topics and events through a biblical lens, letting proper theology drive the conversation.
 
An Anglican church in the Inner West of Sydney, Australia
 
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Word & Table
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Word and Table is a bi-weekly podcast about liturgy, sacrament, and the great tradition of Christian worship and why it is vital in our world today.
 
Teaching and commentary from the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, Binghamton, New York. This podcast includes lectures and commentary on theological topics from a reformed Anglican perspective
 
Podcast by Gabriel Gordon
 
Dominic Steele hosts a weekly live discussion about the heart of the pastor and leading to seek and save the lost. Each Tuesday at 2pm (Eastern Australian time) Dominic will talk live on Facebook to a different Christian pastor about an aspect of Christian ministry and 'what makes their heart beat.' Later on Tuesday the discussion will be available on our website http://www.thepastorsheart.net and on podcast.We will share personally, pastorally and professionally about how we can best fulfil ...
 
A podcast from the Society of Scholar Priests. The Society of Scholar-Priests exists to welcome theology home. We want to rekindle the theological vocation and imagination of The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada. We want to do that by supporting, mentoring, and helping to fund scholar-priests and by working with bishops and other leaders to connect them with parishes that need stable and effective leadership. These podcasts present recordings of our webinars, in which we in ...
 
These are the sermons from Grace Anglican Church in Gastonia, NC.
 
Discussing theology, culture, and the church while drawing from classical Anglican sources
 
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Priest Pulse
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Priest Pulse takes a playful and prayerful look at ministry, news, culture, and politics through the lens of the Episcopal Church. Hosts Fr. Benjamin Gildas and Colin Chapman sit down with guests from around the Episcopal Church and mainline Protestantism for heart warming stories of faith, deep theological discussion, poking fun at culture and politics, and sometimes a silly game or two. Segments include Priest Pulse Roundtable, interviews with authors, theologians, and spiritual writers, g ...
 
A podcast from the Society of Scholar Priests. The Society of Scholar-Priests exists to welcome theology home. We want to rekindle the theological vocation and imagination of The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada. We want to do that by supporting, mentoring, and helping to fund scholar-priests and by working with bishops and other leaders to connect them with parishes that need stable and effective leadership. These podcasts present recordings of our webinars, in which we in ...
 
We seek to rightly divide the word of truth between Law and Gospel, so that the people in the city of New York and beyond might know and confess where they end and God begins. We proclaim the historic faith of Christ and Him crucified. "When I came to you, brothers and sisters, I did not come proclaiming the mystery of God to you in lofty words or wisdom. For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ, and him crucified." - 1 Corinthians, 2 Calvary/St. George’s is a community of ...
 
Sermons and other recordings from the Rev'd K. Nicholas Forti, priest and pastor at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
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Sunday
Weekly
 
A look at the ethical and religious issues of the week
 
Podcast by Dan Alger & Shawn McCain
 
Feel like tapping into one of the most popular social events in Sydney?Heard about the event that attracts a few hundred young adults each month?Theology on Tap is a monthly event (coming up to its 9th year) where people from all walks of life get together for a bit of food for thought over some theology on tap.Why ‘on tap’? Because no great story ever started with someone eating a salad!TOT is held at Le Pub, a great new Parisian-inspired venue that mixes the romance of Paris with the "ever ...
 
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Trinity Orthodox
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Orthodox Theology in a Multi-Faith World - Ancient Faith Radio and the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College present "Trinity Orthodox." Listen to lectures, interviews, and symposia from North America's only Orthodox seminary that is fully integrated into the campus of a major university.
 
The Threshing Floor is a conversational podcast focusing on young thought leaders of the Wesleyan movement. The three hosts are practicing pastors in different denominations, but share a theological assumption based on the ministry of John Wesley and the greater Wesleyan movement.The Threshing Floor is part of the Seedbed.com publishing family.
 
We are a vibrant Anglican church in the heart of London, with a vision to play our part in the evangelisation of the nations and the transformation of society.
 
A.R. Bernard, Sr. November of 1979, A.R. Bernard, Sr. left a 10 - year career with a major New York banking institution to go into full time ministry. What started as a small storefront church in Williamsburg, Brooklyn has blossomed into a 35,000+ member church that sits on an11 and a half acre campus in the Canarsie section of Brooklyn, New York. He is now founder and CEO of the Christian Cultural Center. A. R. Bernard is also the President of the Council of Churches of the City of New York ...
 
The full title of Walton's book of short biographies is, Lives of John Donne, Henry Wotton, Rich'd Hooker, George Herbert, &C. Sir Henry Wotton (1568 – 1639) was an English author, diplomat and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1614 and 1625. He is often quoted as saying, "An ambassador is an honest gentleman sent to lie abroad for the good of his country.” Richard Hooker (1554 – 1600) was an Anglican priest and an influential theologian. Hooker's emphases on reason, tolerance an ...
 
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Discussion of Prayer based on Wayne Grudem’s section on Prayer in his Systematic Theology Download Audio
 
On episode #752 of Theology in the Raw Preston has a conversation with Tish Harrison Warren. Tish and Preston talk about poking the progressive bear, egalitarianism in the NT, Tish’s journey toward priesthood in the Anglican church, and her hot new book Liturgy of the Ordinary. Tish Harrison Warren is a priest in the Anglican Church in North Am ...…
 
In a special Sunday programme, Edward Stourton takes a look at the relationship between religion and music.He begins with Gospel music and talks to historian Viv Broughton, promoter Roy Francis and singer Dawn Thomas Wallace about music that has its roots in the black oral tradition and which has had a massive impact on the popular music scene. ...…
 
In this episode, our host Gabe Gordon interviews Keith Giles on his new book "Jesus Unbound" and his personal journey wrestling with a fundamentalist worldview to become closer to Jesus and at peace with his walk with the Creator.By Gabriel Gordon.
 
In this episode, Preston gets to know Hugh Halter, who’s done some innovative “church” plants—if we can even call them that. Preston and Hugh talk about the different kingdom projects that Hugh’s been a part of, especially his most recent project at “post commons”—a missional, kingdom-minded venture that might be the way forward in our post-Chr ...…
 
In this podcast Anne and Matt compare two recent and infamous apostasies to understand the very different reasons two famous people departed from the Christian faith. Download Audio
 
Jamie Howison's sermon on Luke 12:49-56By saint benedict's table.
 
A sermon given by Father Ryan Jones on Sunday, August 18, 2019.By Eucharist Church SF.
 
Curious about your reformed Baptist heritage? Dr. Sam "The Man" Renihan returns to Theology. Driven. to discuss the history of Particular Baptists / Baptistic Congregationalists!By Theology. Driven..
 
"Most of all I want a transparently biblical vision of inclusion to be shaping how the church welcomes and accepts me - rather than the ever-changing views of society around me. I don’t want to be included on the basis that cultural attitudes have changed but on the basis of the timeless Gospel that Jesus Christ self-sacrificially brought into ...…
 
The Rev. Doug Estella articulates what Jesus' peace is actually all about. He makes the point that Jesus' peace is divisive because it is at enmity with a world in rebellion.By The Rev. Doug Estella.
 
Sarah Champion, MP for Rotherham explains why some MPs want to close a legal loophole so that it is illegal for sports coaches and religious leaders to have sex with anyone in their care under the age of 18. Maji Peterx is a specialist in conflict resolution and has brought together former members and victims of Boko Haram in trauma awareness a ...…
 
This sermon was preached on the Ninth Sunday of Ordinary Time after Pentecost — August 11, 2019 —at the Fork Church of St Martin's Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
We discuss the Greek Father Gregory of Nyssa and his contributions to Trinitarian and Ascetical theology, and along the way discuss the difference between a Father's accepted teaching and opinion and how the church distinguishes between the two. Support us on Patreon: Email the show Music by Richard Proulx and the Cathedral Singers from Sublime ...…
 
A sermon on Luke 12:32-40 by Jamie HowisonBy saint benedict's table.
 
In this podcast Anne and Matt celebrate their long and fruitful marriage by telling all other married couples how to live their lives. Download Audio
 
A sermon given by Father Ryan Jones on Sunday, August 11, 2019.By Eucharist Church SF.
 
The guys have none other than Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Todd Friel on today's episode! The discussion? What are some theological and practical implications when we bring a non-biological child into our family? Tune in to hear Todd expound on the beautiful doctrine of adoption!By Theology. Driven..
 
Father Jeremiah walks us through Jesus’ words, “Fear not, little flock…” How can we begin to be free from anxiety and fear when there are so many cares in this world? Listen now to find out more! Image Various birds in the air and on the ground with a large bird of prey in the centre. Engraving by H. Le Roy. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BYFo ...…
 
The Rev. Jacob Smith explains how anxiety is a form of worship, and faith is really its only balm.By The Rev. Jacob Smith.
 
Sister Helen Prejean is known worldwide for campaigning against the death penalty in the US. She is the author of the bestselling ‘Dead Man Walking’ and joins Emily to talk about her latest book – a personal story of faith and spirituality.This week marks the 50th anniversary of the start of The Troubles and although the Good Friday Agreement s ...…
 
This sermon was preached on the Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time after Pentecost — August 4, 2019 —at the Fork Church of St Martins Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
We hear from Jenny Brown with Craig Foster on the issues of Christian ministry, the complicated relationships involved, and how understanding family systems theory can help. Jenny Brown heads The Family Systems Practice, is an experienced family systems therapist and the author of Growing Yourself Up. Craig is a senior associate minister at Nor ...…
 
A sermon given by Deacon Jeffrey Still on Sunday, August 4, 2019.By Eucharist Church SF.
 
On episode #751 of Theology in the Raw Preston has a conversation with Peter Lynas. Peter and Preston talk about the current state of the transgender conversation in the U.K., evangelicalism in Northern Ireland, and how to embody both truth and grace in a culture hostile to the Christian faith. Peter is a former barrister, who then completed hi ...…
 
In this podcast Anne and Matt discuss Joshua Harris’ departure from the Christian faith, homeschooling and Sunday School in the 80s, the mass shootings, and more. Download Audio
 
A sermon on Luke 12:13-21 by Rachel Twigg BoyceBy saint benedict's table.
 
Join the guys as they submit to the authority of Summer White Jaeger while they discuss feminism and its infiltration of the Church!By Theology. Driven..
 
How do our material possessions and the many other goods that we have contribute to distraction and diversion from the importance of the Gospel and Jesus himself? In this sermon, Father Jeremiah considers these things through the Parable of the Rich Fool found in Luke 12.13-21. Image: Photo taken by Joseph Harrison of The Young Apprentice by Am ...…
 
What solid ground do we have on which to stand in the midst of the epidemic of mass shootings? What solid ground do we have on which to stand in the midst of the fragility of life? The Rev. Jim Munroe speaks to the one thing, the only thing, that abides and wins. Click here to subscribe to our iTunes podcast. Permalink…
 
A major clean-up is underway as homes were deluged, bridges destroyed, roads blocked and towns cut off as flash floods devastated parts of England. Reeth, in North Yorkshire, has been badly hit by the floods and the Bishop of Ripon, Helen-Ann Hartley has been one of those helping farmers and villagers as they try to get on top of the aftermath. ...…
 
In this episode Jesse and Andrew pick up the reading and discussion of Peter Toon's "Knowing God Through The Liturgy" which can be found at New Scriptorium ( http://newscriptorium.com/toon-collection ). As always, we digress and bring the insight of Toon into our present situation. Follow along and feel free to give us a share or rating if you ...…
 
This sermon was preached on the Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time after Pentecost — July 28, 2019 —at the Fork Church of St Martins Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
A recent survey found that teenagers believe caring for the environment is more important than caring for the poor. As Generation Z grow up, it is becoming increasingly important for to equip our congregations with a biblical approach to environmentalism. My conversation with Lionel Windsor, author of Is God Green? tackles these complex issues ...…
 
The guys respond to a listener's email asking how a Christian goes about defining "heresy". What is heresy? Is someone who utters a heretical statement automatically a heretic? Also, special guest appearance by Scott's dog, Maddie!By Theology. Driven..
 
A sermon on Luke 11:1-13 by Jamie HowisonBy saint benedict's table.
 
On episode #747 of Theology in the Raw Preston has a conversation with Joey Dodson. Joey is Preston’s best friend and the two of them are a recipe for disaster. In this podcast, Joey and Preston talk about the historical context of the Bible, fascinating parallels between Greco-Roman culture and the New Testament, and a botched prank toward som ...…
 
Father John Gorin preaches on the topic of persistence in prayer, particularly intercessory prayer. The painting referenced in the sermon may be viewed here: http://www.winslowhomer.org/images/paintings/the-life-line.jpgBy Eucharist Church SF.
 
When you think of prayer, where are your thoughts drawn? Are they drawn to how you should pray? Do you think about the way in which you pray? Or do you consider the character of the one to whom you pray? Father Jeremiah reminds of the importance of basing our prayers not on how we pray, but on the one we pray to. Remembering the kind of God we ...…
 
The Rev. Ben DeHart asks, “If God isn’t a cosmic vending machine what is the point of prayer?” Click here to subscribe to our iTunes podcast.By The Rev. Ben DeHart.
 
Sunday morning religious news and current affairs programme presented by William Crawley.By BBC Radio 4.
 
This sermon was preached on the Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time after Pentecost — July 21, 2019 —at the Fork Church of St Martins Parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia.
 
What are best practices for going to confession? What are we supposed to be thinking, feeling, or resolving to do? And why is it good to make formal confession to a priest again? Support us on Patreon: Email the show Music by Richard Proulx and the Cathedral Singers from Sublime Chant. Copyright GIA Publications…
 
The last death throes of cultural Christianity and what’s next with Phillip Jensen Former Anglican Dean of Sydney Phillip Jensen says to understand the issues fronting Christians today we will best start with understanding the history. Phillip, who now heads up Two Ways Ministries, takes us on a helicopter journey through fifty years of cultura ...…
 
Coming off of the series on Christian denominations, join Scott, Kevin, and James as they give brief overviews of four popular so-called denominations who identify as Christians, but whose teachings are far outside of Christian orthodoxy.By Theology. Driven..
 
A sermon given by Fr. Ryan Jones on Sunday, July 21, 2019.By Eucharist Church SF.
 
On episode #747 of Theology in the Raw Preston has a conversation with Mark Sayers. Mark and Preston talk about where the Western church is in this cultural moment. Various topics came up like the global reaction against the liberal values of America, China’s control over Hollywood, how we are living in harmony with where we were in the 18th ce ...…
 
A sermon on Luke 10:38-42 by Rachel Twigg BoyceBy saint benedict's table.
 
In this podcast Anne and Matt discuss the Christian purity culture, why you can’t sanctify yourself or anyone else, the necessity of preaching the cross and the “Transformed Wife” twitter posts. Download Audio
 
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