Best Uccf podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Latest updates to www.theologynetwork.org. Christian theology is the most exciting thing possible because it's simply about knowing God better, loving Jesus more, and joining the revolution to bring God's Word to God's world.
 
In the mid-1500's the Reformer Martin Luther and his wife Katie became famous for their hospitality. In their home, a big old ex-monastery called ?The Black Cloister?, they hosted students, colleagues and friends for meals. With good company, good food, and Katie's home-brewed beer (and their children tearing about after the dog), Luther and his friends discussed theology, life, and everything - a regular gathering which was recorded as his ?Table Talk?.In the spirit of such refined pursuits ...
 
Occasional non-sermons talks, discussions and presentations from Knighton Free Church, an independent evangelical free church in Leicester.
 
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Andy Upton interviews Tom Strachan, UCCF Relay Worker for Leicester 2017-18.
 
Andy and Matt discuss what we've learnt so far from our preaching series on 1 Corinthians.
 
Traditionally the preserve of the academy and neglected in church, does theological training in the life of congregations need re-thought for the 21st century?
 
John's Gospel has long been considered the least historically accurate gospel. Is this assessment correct?
 
Is orthodox Christianity really just the winner out of several equally valid understandings of the message of Christ?
 
Is there a tension between Old and New Testament morality? With special reference to the place of women.
 
Evening session with testimonies from Triona Brading, Vicky Bowman, Melissa Sanderson, Malcolm Cross, Andrew Johnson and Debbie Hill. Held at Cornerstone Church, Nottingham.
 
Morning session with vision talk from Andrew Upton and interviews with John Steptoe, Jo Mitchell and Becky Panting. Held at Cornerstone Church, Nottingham.
 
Adrian Holloway gives a lighthearted introduction to the basic reasons we can believe the Bible is a reliable account of Jesus Christ and God's message of salvation.
 
Colin Chapman takes us through some complex cultural, social, political and theological issues to help us develop genuinely Christian attitudes to Muslims and Islam.
 
Colin Chapman takes us through some complex cultural, social, political and theological issues to help us develop genuinely Christian attitudes to Muslims and Islam.
 
Colin Chapman takes us through some complex cultural, social, political and theological issues to help us develop genuinely Christian attitudes to Muslims and Islam.
 
Colin Chapman takes us through some complex cultural, social, political and theological issues to help us develop genuinely Christian attitudes to Muslims and Islam.
 
Colin Chapman takes us through some complex cultural, social, political and theological issues to help us develop genuinely Christian attitudes to Muslims and Islam.
 
Colin Chapman takes us through some complex cultural, social, political and theological issues to help us develop genuinely Christian attitudes to Muslims and Islam.
 
At 2014's Scottish Evangelical Theology Society conference, Jamie Grant explores the concept of the authority of Scripture.
 
Mike Reeves chats about a theology of singing with pastor and worship leader Bob Kauflin. Why does the Bible command us to sing worship to God? How should a worship leader deal with pride? What is the role of the worship leader?Recommended:
 
Mike Reeves talks with Tim Chester about how food teaches us about God and his gospel, and about the place of food in Scripture -from the fruit in the garden, to the Last Supper, to the marriage supper of the Lamb!Tim Chester's book is out from IVP soon! More from Tim:
 
Mike Reeves talks with Greg Haslam about what we can learn from the extraordinary preaching and leadership of Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Greg recommends:
 
Mike Reeves talks with Dan Strange about what the Bible has to say about non-Christian religions.Dan recommends: More on this topic:
 
Is doctrine stifling or freeing? Divisive or unifying? Optional oressential? Mike Reeves chats with Carl Trueman about the place ofdoctrine in the church and in the Christian life. Carl recommends:
 
Mike Reeves talks with Wayne Grudem about key elements of the doctrine of Scripture and why it is so important for today.More on doctrine of Scripture:
 
Mike Reeves chats with Mark Dever about the essential theology of the Reformation, how it is relevent to theology and Christian lives today, and how we can get some of the Reformation fire in our own hearts! Mark recommends:
 
Brian Boley interviews Jayne and Neil Tansley
 
Luther and Pascal both bring us insights into the theology of the cross via Mike Reeves' chat with Dean of St. Mellitus College, Graham Tomlin. Recommended:
 
Peter Mead and Mike Reeves chat about teaching the Bible so as to turn hearts to God in love - not merely altering emotions or external behaviour.Peter recommends: www.biblicalpreaching.net
 
Michael Ward, author of Planet Narnia: The Seven Heavens in the Imagination of C. S. Lewis, talks with Mike Reeves about what we can learn from Lewis's use of medieval cosmology in his writings. Buy now Buy nowwww.planetnarnia.com
 
Mike Reeves talks with Ellis Potter, a former Zen Buddhist monk, about Zen, monism, trinity and lots more!More from Ellis Potter on theologynetwork.org
 
Mike Reeves quizes Don Carson on studying theology for the glory of God.
 
Keith Small talks to Mike Reeves about the contrasts between Islam and Christianity- and how Christians can slip into thinking Islamicly. Book Keith Small to teach at your CU or church group.
 
Mike Reeves chats to Terry Virgo about the Church. Terry recommends:
 
In another bumper edition of Table Talk, Mike Reeves chats with Puritan expert Ron Frost about Richard Sibbes (1577-1635) on God and the gospel.Ron recommends:Buy now. Richard Sibbes', 'The Bruised Reed': read online.www.cordeo.org.uk
 
In our sixth podcast, Tim Rudge talks to Mike Reeves about sanctification, grace, and growth in the Christian life. Tim recommends:
 
In Table Talk #5, Mike Ovey and Andrew Sach (two of the three authors of Pierced for Our Transgressions) speak to Mike Reeves abvout the cross.Mike and Andy recommend:Buy now. Buy now. Buy now. Buy now. Buy now. Buy now. What did the Cross Achieve? The Logic of Penal Substitution: J. I. Packer
 
In our fourth Table Talk podcast John Piper and Mike Reeves talk about the doctrine of Justification.John recommends:Buy now. Buy now. Martin Luther: The Freedom of the ChristianRead online now.
 
In our third Table Talk podcast Wallace Benn, Bishop of Lewes, chats with Mike Reeves about the providence of God.(NOTE: some people have had issues with this recording- we have now fixed it, so you ought to be able to enjoy the interview in full!)Wallace recommends:Buy now. Buy now. Buy now.
 
Our second Table Talk podcast features Terry Virgo, leader of the Newfrontiers family of churches. He chats with Mike Reeves about the subject of grace.Terry recommends:Buy now. Buy now. Buy now.
 
To launch Table Talk, our first is a bumper edition. Mike Reeves chats with Andy Bannister on the subject of Islam. What do Christians really have in common with Muslims? How should we most sensitively speak to our Muslim friends? What on earth could make Mike Reeves entirely lose control during a recorded interview? Listen-in for all this and ...…
 
Listen to the Induction Service of Rev. Sidney Lawrence back in 1959.Evening Message by Paul Tucker.
 
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