Best Rzim podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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Half-hour programs heard weekly. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.
 
A 15 minute weekday broadcast heard online and on the radio. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.
 
Half-hour programs heard weekly. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.
 
A 15 minute weekday broadcast heard online and on the radio. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.
 
Vince and Jo Vitale lead this weekly podcast which focuses on listener-submitted questions on meaning, morality, origin, and destiny. Ask Away is designed to be a place where can you ask your biggest questions and find answers.
 
Hosted by RZIM apologist Cameron McAllister, Vital Signs is an exploration of the major cultural ideas, issues, and works of art that are shaping current conversations. It's not just a place to learn how to be culturally informed; it's a place to learn what's worth celebrating in contemporary life. If guarding what you pay attention to is a way of guarding the integrity of your thought, then Vital Signs aims to show you what's worth your attention, as well as what's worth talking about.
 
A one-minute, daily program featuring excerpts from Ravi Zacharias. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, the uniqueness of Jesus Christ, and other topics mixing biblical teaching and Christian apologetics.
 
Thinking Out Loud is podcast for Christians who want to welcome difficult conversations. Every other Thursday, Nathan Rittenhouse and Cameron McAllister will discuss these timely issues and draw from their experience as frontline apologists to show how Scripture addresses all of our most pressing cultural concerns.
 
Hosted by RZIM apologist Cameron McAllister, Vital Signs is an exploration of the major cultural ideas, issues, and works of art that are shaping current conversations. It's not just a place to learn how to be culturally informed; it's a place to learn what's worth celebrating in contemporary life. If guarding what you pay attention to is a way of guarding the integrity of your thought, then Vital Signs aims to show you what's worth your attention, as well as what's worth talking about.
 
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As Christians, how should we feel about the separation of church and state? Should laws be founded on America’s Judeo-Christian beliefs or kept secularized? Today, on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias and colleague, Vince Vitale, answer these questions at a Q&A session held at Temple University.
 
As Christians, how should we feel about the separation of church and state? Should laws be founded on America’s Judeo-Christian beliefs or kept secularized? Today, on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias and colleague, Vince Vitale, answer these questions at a Q&A session held at Temple University.
 
Ravi Zacharias describes how we as human beings come to Christ, we bring nothing with us, but when united with Christ we are complete.
 
Moral judgments are unavoidable. They’re also the most dangerous, and have provided the impetus for some of humanity’s greatest atrocities. How do we make moral judgments without viewing ourselves as superior to others? Listen to Part 2 Listen on iTunes or Google Play Music. Follow Cameron on Twitter: @CamMcAllister7…
 
Do you often feel bombarded by differing worldviews and thoughts about Christianity? What is the proper way to respond to this postmodern way of thought? On today’s Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias tackles these question at a Q&A session at University of Illinois
 
Do you often feel bombarded by differing worldviews and thoughts about Christianity? What is the proper way to respond to this postmodern way of thought? On today’s Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias tackles these question at a Q&A session at University of Illinois
 
Ravi Zacharias describes the agony of the woman at the empty tomb when she discovered Jesus wasn't there and then the one word that Jesus spoke that turned sorrow into joy.
 
"God is a being in relationship" states Ravi Zacharias in today's Thought. He proceeds to explain how human beings hunger for relationships and God is the ultimate fulfillment of that hunger.
 
Have you ever wondered why you should believe the Bible is the word of God? Or maybe you’ve been wondering why you should believe what the Bible says as opposed to other holy books. Join Ravi Zacharias on today’s Just Thinking as he answers these questions at a Q&A session at University of Illinois.
 
Have you ever wondered why you should believe the Bible is the word of God? Or maybe you’ve been wondering why you should believe what the Bible says as opposed to other holy books. Join Ravi Zacharias on today’s Just Thinking as he answers these questions at a Q&A session at University of Illinois.
 
Christianity is being hit from almost every side it seems. On the one hand you have the new spiritualists, who believe we have a narrow view of religion. On the other you have the new atheists, who believe we have too broad a view of life. How do we defend the Gospel in today’s cultural atmosphere? Find out this week on Let My People Think.…
 
Christianity is being hit from almost every side it seems. On the one hand you have the new spiritualists, who believe we have a narrow view of religion. On the other you have the new atheists, who believe we have too broad a view of life. How do we defend the Gospel in today’s cultural atmosphere? Find out this week on Let My People Think.…
 
Concrete is good for a foundation, but without steel reinforcement it cannot withstand nearly as much tension. With this illustration Ravi Zacharias explains how important is the Holy Spirit's indwelling to strengthen the believer.
 
Do you find yourself wondering why there is evil in the world? Often, people will ask how God can be good if there is still evil in the world today. It is a difficult topic and one that must be handled with care and concern for others, since so many who are asking this question have experienced trials and suffering. In today’s, Just Thinking, R ...…
 
Do you find yourself wondering why there is evil in the world? Often, people will ask how God can be good if there is still evil in the world today. It is a difficult topic and one that must be handled with care and concern for others, since so many who are asking this question have experienced trials and suffering. In today’s, Just Thinking, R ...…
 
Should AI be feared or celebrated? Can computers actually possess “intelligence” or “think”? Is human death merely a “technical problem”? In a world where technology is advancing so rapidly, where do we ground our hope? This week on Ask Away, Jo Vitale and special guest John Lennox, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford, ...…
 
The recent Hurricane Florence left behind devastation—drenching North Carolina with 8 trillion gallons of water and causing $266 million worth of damage–and now with Hurricane Michael’s landfall this week, a number of interesting questions are raised regarding human agency and control, especially in our era of unprecedented convenience and inst ...…
 
Using Paul's example of how he established a point of reference with his audience regarding morality Ravi Zacharias explains that in order to communicate effectively believers need to do the same in today's culture.
 
How do you defend the Bible among those who don’t take the Bible as authoritative? As Christians, it can often be difficult to know how to defend the Bible. Today, on Just Thinking, we join Ravi Zacharias as he answers these questions at a Q&A session at the University of Illinois.
 
How do you defend the Bible among those who don’t take the Bible as authoritative? As Christians, it can often be difficult to know how to defend the Bible. Today, on Just Thinking, we join Ravi Zacharias as he answers these questions at a Q&A session at the University of Illinois.
 
In America many believe that there is absolute freedom, however in today's Thought Ravi Zacharias points out that this is an illusion.
 
Is it possible to keep a godly perspective when we’re surrounded by conflicting ideas at work, in the classroom, and especially the media? Is Christianity discriminatory against women? Join Ravi Zacharias on today’s Just Thinking as he addresses these questions during a Q&A session at Penn State University.…
 
Is it possible to keep a godly perspective when we’re surrounded by conflicting ideas at work, in the classroom, and especially the media? Is Christianity discriminatory against women? Join Ravi Zacharias on today’s Just Thinking as he addresses these questions during a Q&A session at Penn State University.…
 
More of an accusation than a question, the mindset behind this phrase is exceedingly popular. Think of Christ’s timeless words: “Judge not, that you be not judged. (Matthew 7)” The awkward fact remains: Judgment is unavoidable; we can’t not judge. So, how do we learn to make wise judgments, and avoid becoming a judgmental person? Listen to Part ...…
 
Christ followers are scorned by others in this world for various reasons. Ravi Zacharias points out that this is the same as it was in the scriptures and tells how even Mary, the mother of Jesus, was scorned in her day.
 
Are we overlooking contradictions in the Christian faith? How is God both one and three? Today on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias answers questions regarding the Trinity during a Q&A session at Penn State University.
 
Are we overlooking contradictions in the Christian faith? How is God both one and three? Today on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias answers questions regarding the Trinity during a Q&A session at Penn State University.
 
"Abraham believed God and it was counted for him as righteousness" Ravi Zacharias references Genesis 15:6 to speak about how faith that God, who is unseen, is in control of out lives.
 
Have you ever wondered whether Christian values and beliefs belong in the political arena? Or whether religion should be left out of such decisions due to the fact that there are many people in the nation who don’t hold to that worldview? Ravi Zacharias takes a deeper look at those questions today as we bring you a Q&A series Penn State Univers ...…
 
Have you ever wondered whether Christian values and beliefs belong in the political arena? Or whether religion should be left out of such decisions due to the fact that there are many people in the nation who don’t hold to that worldview? Ravi Zacharias takes a deeper look at those questions today as we bring you a Q&A series Penn State Univers ...…
 
Is the Christian faith contradictory? How can there be such a thing as grace and judgment? Are the very foundations of the faith at odds with each other? No, says Ravi Zacharias. This week on Let My People Think, Ravi addresses the seemingly illogical gaps in the Christian worldview in part two of his message, Bridging the Divide.…
 
Is the Christian faith contradictory? How can there be such a thing as grace and judgment? Are the very foundations of the faith at odds with each other? No, says Ravi Zacharias. This week on Let My People Think, Ravi addresses the seemingly illogical gaps in the Christian worldview in part two of his message, Bridging the Divide.…
 
There is one God and we are painfully aware of how short we fall from the measure of who He is. Through the christian faith we can discover that there is a supreme God and he has reached out to us through his son Jesus Christ to make up for what we cannot do for ourselves.
 
Do you feel prepared to defend your faith? How will you respond when asked the tough questions about the Christian faith? Find out on Just Thinking, as we return to a Q&A at the Church Leaders Conference held at the Zacharias Institute. Ravi Zacharias is joined by John Lennox and Louie Giglio.
 
Do you feel prepared to defend your faith? How will you respond when asked the tough questions about the Christian faith? Find out on Just Thinking, as we return to a Q&A at the Church Leaders Conference held at the Zacharias Institute. Ravi Zacharias is joined by John Lennox and Louie Giglio.
 
Of all the major belief systems which recognize the sin and needs of man, Jesus Christ and Christianity is the only one that provides the relief of forgiveness from a loving God.
 
With so many different kinds of denominations of churches in the West, it can often be difficult to find unity. What steps can you take to create unity within your community among churches? To find the answer, we return to a Q&A at the Church Leaders Conference that was held at the Zacharias Institute last year. Ravi Zacharias is joined by John ...…
 
With so many different kinds of denominations of churches in the West, it can often be difficult to find unity. What steps can you take to create unity within your community among churches? To find the answer, we return to a Q&A at the Church Leaders Conference that was held at the Zacharias Institute last year. Ravi Zacharias is joined by John ...…
 
Even if you understand God has forgiven you, what if you struggle to forgive yourself? If Jesus didn’t commit sin, can he truly empathize with us in our shame and guilt? This week on the Ask Away podcast, Vince and Jo Vitale discuss listener-submitted questions on forgiveness and shame, and suggest that discovering the answers to these question ...…
 
Sadly, many people think that Christians are nothing more than hypocrites who hold everyone else to an impossible standard. But if we’re honest with ourselves we have to admit that we frequently fail to live up to our own standards. Hypocrisy is not the church’s problem; it’s not the government’s problem; it’s not the media’s problem; it’s our ...…
 
Sadly, many people think that Christians are nothing more than hypocrites who hold everyone else to an impossible standard. But if we’re honest with ourselves we have to admit that we frequently fail to live up to our own standards. Hypocrisy is not the church’s problem; it’s not the government’s problem; it’s not the media’s problem; it’s our ...…
 
How can God be both loving and just? Ravi Zacharias discusses how ideas that seem contradictory are actually complimentary in the Christian worldview. Hear the answer on this week’s Let My People Think.
 
How can God be both loving and just? Ravi Zacharias discusses how ideas that seem contradictory are actually complimentary in the Christian worldview. Hear the answer on this week’s Let My People Think.
 
If God is for us, how can He be against someone’s identity? What does it look like to be same-sex attracted and a Christian? Does the Christian worldview condemn some to a life of loneliness? How can Christians show the love of Christ to those who consider them narrow-minded? This week on Ask Away, Vince and Jo Vitale, along with guest Sam Allb ...…
 
With so many worldviews out there, is there any basis for truth that anyone can agree on? Can we even discover what truth is? Ravi answers those questions on this week’s program through a message he originally delivered at Utah State University.
 
With so many worldviews out there, is there any basis for truth that anyone can agree on? Can we even discover what truth is? Ravi answers those questions on this week’s program through a message he originally delivered at Utah State University.
 
“Science flies you to the moon. Religion flies you into buildings,” said Physicist Victor Stenger. Is religion indeed the source of war? If the Ten Commandments tell us not to murder, how do Christians explain the violence we see in the Old Testament? Does Jesus contradict himself when he says he “did not come to bring peace, but the sword” (Ma ...…
 
Our cultural climate is one of incessant reaction. The pressure to have an opinion on every conceivable subject is pervasive and intense. This episode considers some practical ways of recovering thoughtful responses. Listen to Part 1 Listen on iTunes or Google Play Music. Follow Cameron on Twitter: @CamMcAllister7…
 
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