Best Exegesis podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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“Exegetically Speaking” is a weekly podcast of the friends and faculty of Wheaton College, Ill. Hosted by Dr. David Capes, Dean of the School of Biblical & Theological Studies, Professor of New Testament, it features language experts discussing the importance of learning the biblical languages—Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek—and showing how reading the Bible in the original “pays off.” Each podcast lasts between seven and eleven minutes and covers a different topic for those who want to read the ...
 
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Homily Prep
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Welcome to "Homily Prep" where three young Jesuits discuss their take on the upcoming Sunday's readings for Mass. We hope these conversations will help us not only become better preachers but also to know the scriptures and have genuine spiritual conversation between friends. David, Louie and Jonathan are three Jesuits studying for the priesthood.
 
According to Christ is a podcast designed to glorify God through Christ-centered and exegetical discussions from a Reformed perspective.
 
Grace Community Fellowship is located in Red Bluff, CA. We are a non-denominational church. We are committed to solid Bible exegesis and community.
 
These are sermons from Greenfield Community Church in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
 
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Redemption1010
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Sermons from Redemption1010 Sunday Gatherings
 
Podcasts of the worship services and ministries of Christ Church.
 
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Rely On Scripture
Daily
 
Our nondenominational group Bible study hopes to utilize the connectivity of the internet and radio to help spread God's Word and to share His presence in our lives to others. Our mission is to spiritually uplift our community, and work with others in their communities to share towards the greater good. We aim to be tireless in our energies to work together in this effort. While our resources are limited, God is not. Any accomplishments come only from Him.
 
This podcast is to share the sermons preached from the pulpit at Lexington Community Church located in Lexington Illinois. Please follow and be blessed by the expositionary preaching which unfolds the Word of God.
 
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Weekly sermons from Rotherham Evangelical Church, South Yorkshire, UK.
 
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Bible Streams
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A podcast that examines the Bible and its importance for the Christian faith. From Riverlife Church in Brisbane, Australia, hosts Jo & Scott take their love of the Bible and unpack it each episode, often with the help of guest Biblical scholars. Sometimes taking a bird's eye view, sometimes getting into the nitty gritty, but always trying to get to know the author better, and to better know His plans for us and the invitation He's given us to life in Him.
 
Hear Sunday’s “The Pastor’s Bible Study” on the following week’s Lectionary Readings from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Des Peres, MO, led by St. Paul’s pastors Rev. Glen Thomas and Rev. Kevin Thomson. Find more details about the St. Paul’s Bible Studies at stpaulsdesperes.org/ministries.
 
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Tool Talk
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Welcome to Tool Talk from Exegetical Tools, where we discuss sound practices and superlative resources to help you rightly divide the Word of Truth. We sit down (or ring up) pastors, scholars, and more to ask them about tools they're using to study the Bible, exegetical and theological issues they're currently engaging, and Scriptures that are ministering to their hearts. Check out the "Podcast" section of our website for links to featured resources on each episode: ExegeticalTools.com/servi ...
 
New Persuasive Words started as two guys talking about life with what we thought (hoped?) was wit and insight, on our good days anyway. Then...a podcast.
 
Weekly Inebriated Scriptural Exegesis and Source Study in a weekly study of the Bible and other holy books
 
New Testament Greek for Devotions...and Ministry
 
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Biblically Speaking
Monthly+
 
A conversational questions-and-answers show with two guys from Millard Community Church in Omaha, Nebraska.
 
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The Names of Jesus
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Explaining the significance of each of the names of Christ - Fr. Thomas Hopko identifies the names bestowed on Christ by the Holy Scriptures and the Church Fathers and explains their significance.
 
Martin Luther strove to give a verse by verse exegesis of the Epistle to the Galatians in the work. The original work, written in Latin in around 1516, was much longer. This translation by Theodore Graebner strove to produce a copy of the work in a format and with wording much more applicable to the general English-speaking American public. (Summary by Timothy Perkins)
 
Faithful exposition of Scripture in the catholic, Reformed, evangelical, Baptist tradition. Chris Krycho is a Reformed, evangelical Baptist currently pursuing an M. Div. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
 
The Preach the Word Podcast is a conversation with pastors about the importance and practice of preaching the Bible in the local church. Find our more at preachthewordpodcast.com.
 
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary's Podcast consists of chapel and conference messages, devotionals and promotional information in both audio and video format. Southeastern hopes you will find this information instructive and encouraging in your walk with Jesus Christ as world renowned pastors, preachers and professors teach God's Word and discuss important biblical topics related to the church and our culture. You can learn more about Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary by vis ...
 
** Interested in subscribing to Rabbi Haim Ovadia's weekday emails on Jewish Law? Please send an email to rabbiovadia613@gmail.com Loosely translated as "legends", Aggadah includes the genres of biblical exegesis, stories about biblical characters, the lives of the Talmudic era sages and their contemporary history, parables, proverbs, and folklore. A captivating melange of wisdom and piety, fantasy and satire, Aggadah is the expressive medium of the Jewish creative genius. - Rabbi Haim Ovadi ...
 
This is straight forward, non-dogmatic, biblical teaching with apologetics and exegesis.
 
This is straight forward, non-dogmatic, biblical teaching with apologetics and exegesis.
 
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Church Grammar
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The Church Grammar podcast engages theology and the church in a fresh way, centered on wide-ranging conversations with scholars and Bible teachers.
 
We are a church affiliated with the international Nazarene denomination - a Weslyan movement founded in at the turn of the century, and formally organized in 1908. It's our mission as a church To Honor God, Introduce people to Christ, Disciple believers into spiritual maturity, and Deploy Christians into service. Check out our website for more information: crosspointif.org!
 
Dr. Gaffin's class on Hebrews
 
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Truth for a Change
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An outreach ministry of Calvary Chapel San Angelo
 
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Jason Velotta
Weekly
 
Systematic Exegesis of Paul's Letter to the Galatians
 
“Why Islam is True” is a series of 40 short presentations that analyze the claim, “Islam is true,” by dividing it into a series of sub-claims and then evaluating their truth by examining the evidence for them, as well as the evidence against them. As they do this, the presentations explain the relationship between Islam and science; the fallaciousness of the arguments of contemporary atheists; the relationship between Islam and other faith-traditions; the role of prophecy in human history; t ...
 
The weekly sermons by John Blythe at Dayspring Baptist Church's college & career ministry service.
 
Would you like to be able to read and study the Bible in a way that helped you understand it so you could apply its life changing insights? Hermeneutics is designed just for that. This course will give you a sound foundation as you are guided through the most important principles and procedures used in interpreting the intended meaning of biblical passages. Approach this study with zest and anticipation as you learn exciting facts of history, enlightening laws of grammar, and the relevant contex
 
Lessons from the Men's Ministry of Countryside Bible Church - Southlake, TX
 
Jon Weatherly serves as Professor of New Testament and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Cincinnati Christian University, where he has been a member of the faculty since 1990. Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, he holds degrees from CCU and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, and received the Ph.D. in New Testament exegesis from the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. Jon has written two books and edited a third. He is the author of several articles that have appeared in scholar ...
 
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Sura ar-Rahman
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Welcome to Irfan-ul-Quran.com by Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri (a project of Minhaj-ul-Quran International) Comprehensive & Self-Sufficient translation of Holy Quran in English & Urdu where general reader does not need any exegesis.
 
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Sibling Revivalry
Rare
 
The podcast about family, family systems and everything inbetween.
 
The Word of God for the unholy. Dave and Rainer talk about God, what they are doing, how this might relate to what God is doing, and how this all relates to foosball. Dave and Rainer use the Sunday Mass scripture readings as a prompt for some exegesis and reflection on the Heilsgeschichte in their lives. Yee hah.
 
Learn the Word Podcast is a conversation with Bible scholars in which you will be challenged to grow in your knowledge of the Word of God and your relationship to the God of the Word, where we will discuss issues of Bible interpretation as well as subjects of practical application.
 
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Ratio at Rutgers
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Ratio at Rutgers was the weekly podcast from the Rutgers University chapter of the Christian student apologetics club Ratio Christi. Discussion topics include a recap of the chapter's weekly meeting, biblical translation and exegesis, church history, and Christianity in contemporary culture.
 
Audio Orthodox Christian Sermons on the Gospels, Epistles and other topics
 
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Diakon Dialogue
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David & Dan Discuss the Bible, theology and News items from a UK Baptist perspective
 
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Silva_Galatians
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Dr. Moises Silva's class on Galatians
 
 
During the weekend of January 18-21 2013, as our country recognized the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., First Lutheran and the La Crosse Area Synod invited everyone to Stand for Peace and to stand for those living under oppression around the world. This four day event explored the themes of awareness, accompaniment and advocacy, discussing ways to be people who bring about peace.
 
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Dr. Weaver explains how archaeological discoveries in Ancient Corinth provide unique insights into our understanding of the book of First Corinthians.
 
On today's episode, Jonathan and Jake discuss the differences between exegesis and exposition and how they transition from one to the other in preparing their sermons. Find out more at preachthewordpodcast.com and give us a follow on Facebook or Twitter by searching @thePTWpodcast. Also, join the conversation by submitting a question or topic t ...…
 
Dr. Ellis has degrees from Union University, Trinity Western University, and the University of Oxford, where he earned a D.Phil. in Theology (New Testament). He is the author of The Hermeneutics of Divine Testing: Cosmic Trials and Biblical Interpretation in the Epistle of James and Other Jewish Literature. He has also contributed chapters to s ...…
 
In this episode, inspired by a post on Facebook by our friend Kenneth Tanner, we talk about how Christians ought to read the Hebrew Bible, which we call the Old Testament.By Scott Jones & Bill Borror.
 
In this episode, Dr. Josh Moody, Senior Pastor at College Church (Wheaton, IL), joins us to discuss his approach to expository preaching and the process of moving from exegesis to exposition.By Wheaton College.
 
Continuing with our Summer schedule, Louie reflects on the readings for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, which can be found here. DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this podcast are our opinion. We do not speak for the Society of Jesus nor the Catholic Church.By David, Louie, and Jonathan.
 
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Stefana Dan Laing of Beeson Divinity School. We discuss bringing your kids to ETS (2:28), becoming a scholar (6:40), how to understand Christian history (21:10), being a theological librarian (36:12), being a female scholar in evangelicalism (47:20), and more. Church Grammar is presented by B&H Academic a ...…
 
On today's episode, Jonathan and Jake deal with the topic of how long the preacher's sermon should be. Find out more at preachthewordpodcast.com and give us a follow on Facebook or Twitter by searching @thePTWpodcast. Also, join the conversation by submitting a question or topic to be discussed on a future episode by sending us an email through ...…
 
It is more and more feasible for a lifelong missionary to contribute substantially to scholarship. David Clark is one such missionary scholar, leveraging his decades of Bible translation work to provide helpful insights to the fields of biblical studies and corpus linguistics. On this episode, Todd Scacewater (Founder of Exegetical Tools, Co-Fo ...…
 
In this episode we continue to talk about the moral life, with some theological help from Karl Barth and John Milbank. We also talk a bit about Game of Thrones, and consider the reactions to the untimely and sad death of Rachel Held Evans.By Scott Jones & Bill Borror.
 
Sisters (May 12, 2019) by Weekly Messages from GCFBy Weekly Messages from GCF.
 
Dr. Michelle Knight, Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, considers how knowledge of Semitic languages can help in understanding one of the Bible’s most ancient poems—Deborah’s song in Judges 5.By Wheaton College.
 
Danny Akin, President of Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina gives the commencement message at the Spring 2019 Graduation.
 
Continuing with our Summer schedule, David reflects on the image of the Good Shepherd found in the readings for the Fourth Sunday of Easter. DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this podcast are our opinion. We do not speak for the Society of Jesus nor the Catholic Church.By David, Louie, and Jonathan.
 
Hear Sunday’s “The Pastor’s Bible Study” on the following week’s Lectionary Readings from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Des Peres, MO, led by St. Paul’s pastors Rev. Glen Thomas and Rev. Kevin Thomson. Find more details about the St. Paul’s Bible Studies at stpaulsdesperes.org/ministries.By webmgr@kfuo.org.
 
Danny Akin, President of Southeastern Seminary, preaches on the vital importance of diligence in Spiritual Exercises to every believer's personal walk with God in order for the fulfillment of the Great Commission to be completed.
 
This is from our Blessed Assurance sermon series. We hope it encourages you today!
 
Hebrews 13:1-14 - The Outsiders (May 5, 2019) by Weekly Messages from GCFBy Weekly Messages from GCF.
 
Date: 5 May 2019 Series: Stories of Change Speaker: Ian JonesBy office@rotherham.ec (Rotherham Evangelical Church).
 
Sometimes an English Bible translation is unable to convey repetition and wordplay at work in the original languages. In this podcast, Dr. Daniel Carroll Rodas, Blanchard Professor of Old Testament at Wheaton College Graduate School, offers insight into how word repetition and wordplay function in Biblical Hebrew.…
 
Third Sunday of Easter Readings NEW FORMAT! The guys are taking a break from the usual converstaions and offering short homilies while they travel over the summer. This week Jonathan offers his thoughts for the Third Sunday of Easter. DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this podcast are our opinion. We do not speak for the Society of Jesus or th ...…
 
Dr. Weaver explains how biblical archaeology can unlock the door to the cultural and historical context in which the Bible was written and how it affirms the historical reliability of Scripture.
 
Steve Tillis preaches during Student Preaching Week on 1 Thessalonians 1:2-5 and exhorts that the church is not a club that we join, it's the family of love where we serve each other.
 
In this episode we talk Game of Thrones, legalism and antinominiasm, in that order pretty much.By Scott Jones & Bill Borror.
 
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Matthew Emerson of Oklahoma Baptist University. We discuss developing interests in scholarship (2:40), the importance of the biblical canon’s order and shape (9:55), theological method and allegory (18:00), how Jesus influences and clarifies OT exegesis (31:35), Trinitarian theology and method (33:35), re ...…
 
Eli Byrd preaches during our Student Preaching Week from 1 Corinthians 12:12-26 and declares that there is no greater example than our Lord Jesus Christ, who came not to be served but to serve. He lets us know how we ought to serve.
 
We begin a new series on Bible Streams, partnering with our church-wide Riverlife series "Covenant". Scott and Jo take a look at what covenants are in the Bible and examine three main covenants from the Hebrew Bible. When examining what biblical covenants are, we can look to surrounding cultures from the Ancient Near East to help understand the ...…
 
Hear Sunday’s “The Pastor’s Bible Study” on the following week’s Lectionary Readings from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Des Peres, MO, led by St. Paul’s pastors Rev. Glen Thomas and Rev. Kevin Thomson. Find more details about the St. Paul’s Bible Studies at stpaulsdesperes.org/ministries.By webmgr@kfuo.org.
 
Dr. Daniel Master, Professor of Archaeology at Wheaton College, reflects on how knowledge of ancient cultures benefits exegesis and translation. He also speaks about his exciting new venture of leading the excavations at Tel Shimron and invites listeners to join the dig this summer!By Wheaton College.
 
My apologies for the quality of the recording this morning. Abba Father was so faithful today. Much love and grace to all who listen.
 
Psalm 1 - Glen Pearson (April 28, 2019) by Weekly Messages from GCFBy Weekly Messages from GCF.
 
Dr. Campbell is Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He previously served as Senior Lecturer in New Testament and Greek at Moore Theological College, Sydney, Australia. He holds a Ph.D. from Macquarie University. His publications include Basics of Verbal Aspect in Biblical Greek, Advances in the Study of Greek: New ...…
 
Dr. Pennington is Associate Professor of New Testament Interpretation and the Director of Research Doctoral Studies at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He earned a Ph.D. in New Testament Studies from the University of St. Andrews (Scotland). He has published a variety of articles, reviews, and Greek and Hebrew ...…
 
Michael Aubrey earned a M.A. in Linguistics and Exegesis from Trinity Western University in British Columbia, Canada. His thesis was titled “The Greek Perfect and the Categorization of Tense and Aspect: Toward a Descriptive Apparatus for Operators in Role and Reference Grammar.” He also studied at the Canada Institute of Linguistics. He special ...…
 
Dr. Runge received his BA in Speech Communication (Western Washington University), a Master of Theological Studies in Biblical Languages (Trinity Western Seminary in Langley, B.C.), and Doctor of Literature in Biblical Languages (University of Stellenbosch in South Africa). He serves as Scholar-in-Residence at Logos Bible Software and as a rese ...…
 
Check out this crossover episode we did with our friends from Crackers and Grapejuice in New York City. We talk about the nature of the Christian life and what it means to live it.By Scott Jones & Bill Borror.
 
Dr. Porter completed B.A. (Point Loma College) and M.A. (Claremont Graduate School) degrees in English before being “converted” to biblical studies, where he did a M.A. in New Testament (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) and a Ph.D. in biblical studies and linguistics (University of Sheffield). He has taught for nearly thirty years in Canada ...…
 
Dr. Levinsohn holds a PhD in Linguistic Science from the University of Reading, UK. He is a member of Wycliffe Bible Translators and, with his wife Nessie, worked as a linguist and translator with the Inga people of Colombia from 1968 to 1995. As a Senior Linguistic Consultant with SIL International, he has directed ‘Discourse for Translation’ ...…
 
Dr. Hudgins serves as Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Capital Seminary and Graduate School in Washington, D.C. He earned an Ed.D. from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Greek Philology at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain, where the title of his dissertation was “The Greek New Testam ...…
 
Dr. Buth earned a Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures from UCLA, and has become a recognized voice in the academic field of biblical studies, linguistics, and discourse analysis. He worked in Bible Translation with the Summer Institute of Linguistics and the United Bible Societies. He is the founder and director the Biblical Language C ...…
 
Dr. Halcomb is Professor of Biblical Languages at Pacific Rim Christian University (Honolulu, HI). He also teaches Latin and Rhetoric at Trinity Christian School (Kailua, HI). He holds a Bachelor of Science (Kentucky Christian University), a Master of Divinity (Lexington Theological Seminary), a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (Asbury Theolo ...…
 
Dr. Plummer is Professor of New Testament Interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and both his M.Div and Ph.D from Southern Seminary. Dr. Plummer has authored or co-authored several books, (including some of my personal favorites) including Greek fo ...…
 
Dr. Caner, President of Truett McConnell University, discusses the Christian doctrine of the Deity of Christ and contrasts it to the teaching of Islam.
 
This week we discuss the readings for Divine Mercy Sunday, which you can find on the USCCB Website DISCLAIMER: The views expressed in this podcast are our opinion. We do not speak for the Society of Jesus or the Catholic Church.By David, Louie, and Jonathan.
 
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