Best colson podcasts we could find (Updated September 2017)
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The BreakPoint Podcast
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A daily Christian worldview commentary hosted by best-selling author Eric Metaxas and Colson Center President John Stonestreet. BreakPoint provides you with a short and applicable Christian perspective on today’s news and trends.
 
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ViewPoint
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BreakPoint
 
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Meet the Filmmakers: Danny Boyle and Christian Colson
 
The Academy Award®–winning team behind Slumdog Millionaire discuss their new film at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. 127 Hours is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston’s (James Franco) remarkable adventure to save himself after a falling boulder crashes on his arm and traps him in an isolated slot canyon in Utah. Over the next five days, Ralston battles the elements and his own demons to finally discover he has the courage and the wherewithal to extricate himself by any m ...
 
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Meet the Filmmakers: Danny Boyle and Christian Colson
 
The Academy Award®–winning team behind Slumdog Millionaire discuss their new film at the Apple Store, Regent Street in London. 127 Hours is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston’s (James Franco) remarkable adventure to save himself after a falling boulder crashes on his arm and traps him in an isolated slot canyon in Utah. Over the next five days, Ralston battles the elements and his own demons to finally discover he has the courage and the wherewithal to extricate himself by any m ...
 
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BreakPoint This Week
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A weekly Christian worldview conversation hosted by Colson Center President John Stonestreet and Ed Stetzer of LifeWay Research. BreakPoint This Week brings together leading Christian thinkers for meaningful discussions on issues shaping culture.
 
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WorldView Network
Monthly
 
Changing hearts and minds for the glory of Jesus Christ. Join us as our shows discuss the issues of the day from a Christian perspective.
 
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Sermons – The Church of the Ascension
Weekly
 
An Anglican Church in Arlington, VA
 
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Listening In
Weekly
 
Listening In, hosted by the Colson Center's Warren Smith, features conversations with newsmakers and thought leaders. "Our goal is to explore topics as thoughtfully as possible," says WORLD Radio Executive Producer Nick Eicher. "It's more like NPR's 'Fresh Air' or public television's 'Charlie Rose,' but with an objective Christian perspective." The Listening In podcast is posted each Friday.
 
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Podcast – The Surface Nerd
Monthly
 
Three guys get together to talk about video games, movies, and TV - our three favorite things.
 
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Messages - The City Is YOU!
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www.thecity.cc, Messages preached at The City by Pastor Tony L. Colson and other ministers.
 
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The BreakPoint Podcast
Weekly+
 
A daily Christian worldview commentary hosted by best-selling author Eric Metaxas and Colson Center President John Stonestreet. BreakPoint provides you with a short and applicable Christian perspective on today’s news and trends.
 
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Christ Church Mandarin
Weekly
 
Christ Church Mandarin is a Presbyterian church in Jacksonville, FL where Pastor Chuck Colson, the staff and elders serve the church of Christ.
 
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You'll Never Guess
Monthly+
 
A podcast about normal days that turned into “you’ll never guess what happened” kind of days. Hosted by Jeremy Griswold and Dru Colson.
 
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Listening In
Weekly
 
Listening In, hosted by the Colson Center's Warren Smith, features conversations with newsmakers and thought leaders. "Our goal is to explore topics as thoughtfully as possible," says WORLD Radio Executive Producer Nick Eicher. "It's more like NPR's 'Fresh Air' or public television's 'Charlie Rose,' but with an objective Christian perspective." The Listening In podcast is posted each Friday.
 
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The Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast
 
In Episode 10 of the Drunk Guys Book Club Podcast we discuss The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead. What real historical events was Colson Whitehead writing about in this fictional story? What was the real underground railroad like and how does it compare to this book? Why in the book is there an actual railroad actually underground? For ...…
 
With so much devastation in the news, it’s hard not to ask God, “Why?” Here’s some help for responding to questions about natural disasters and God.Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, a massive earthquake in Mexico, wildfires across the western United States. The string of natural disasters in the last few weeks has left many wondering: Where is ...…
 
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Phttp://www.breakpoint.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/2017-9-11StonestreetActon1.mp3art 1 of John Stonestreet’s lecture at Acton university entitled “Colson and Kuyper,” examining how the theology of Abraham Kuyper influenced Chuck Colson and modern Christian worldview teaching.
 
The guest for this episode is contemporary inspirational romance author Shannon Taylor Vannatter. In this interview, you’ll learn how writing is like playing with Barbies and why Shannon keeps her muse locked in her shed. Meet Shannon: Shannon Taylor Vannatter is a stay-at-home mom/pastor’s wife/award winning author. She once climbed a mountain ...…
 
Marxism and Cultural Appropriation Nicole Colson Socialism 2017 Socialism & Marxism A University of Texas fraternity holds “border” themed party where attendees wear construction gear, ponchos, and sombreros. Czech composer Antonin Dvorak utilizes a well-known Black spiritual as the basis of his most famous symphony. GM names one of its most ic ...…
 
Listen Now to a conversation with John Stonestreet, President of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, the co-host of Breakpoint Radio and Podcast and co-author of A Practical Guide to Culture, in this podcast series of Hank Unplugged. The Bible Answer Man’s podcast brought to you through Christian Research Institute and now showcase ...…
 
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In this episode, I discuss "The Underground Railroad" by Colson Whitehead. The book tells the story of Cora, a young slave woman who makes plans to escape with a fellow slave, Caesar. Show notes and video are available on the Noire Histoir website at http://noirehistoir.com/blog/underground-railroad-colson-whitehead-book-review.…
 
This book review originally aired on February 20, 2017. Not to be confused with Colson Whitehead’s inventive novel, Underground Railroad is Ben H. Winter’s Underground Airlines . Part thriller, part alternative history, and fully engaging, Underground Airlines is set in the present.By golay@kmuw.org (Beth Golay).
 
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In this episode we discuss altering the U.S. policy approach to the South China Sea. Where does the South China Sea rank in the pecking order of U.S. policy interests? How much risk should America be willing to take over these disputed waters? These are just some of the key questions U.S. policymakers, diplomats, military personnel, and wonks h ...…
 
The seventh book from Benjamin Percy is the terrifying THE DARK NET. He tells James what he's learned writing comics, how he juggles his projects, why his sister slept with the lights on into her 20s (spoiler: it's Ben's fault), and how he overcame being a closeted genre fan. Plus Percy's editor and editorial director of fiction at Houghton Mif ...…
 
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You'll Never Guess
 
What happens when you mix Surge and three nights of no sleep? Pete tells us. You'll Never Guess is a podcast about normal days that turned into, "you'll never guess what happened" kind of days. Hosted by Jeremy Griswold and Dru Colson.From Big Bear Media. Music from Jazzhar via betterwithmusic.com (Creative Commons)…
 
Ace Atkins is a best-selling and well-respected novelist of crime fiction. He has continued on the Spenser series for the Robert B. Parker estate, having published Little White Lies, his sixth addition to the series earlier in 2017, and this summer brings us the seventh installment of his Quinn Colson series, The Fallen, set in the contemporary ...…
 
John Stonestreet: Jugs, broken pieces of pottery, and the remains of an old building. Chuck Colson tells us how these point to the trustworthiness of the Bible. Stay tuned to BreakPoint.In the modern age, scholars have repeatedly discounted the Scriptures, especially the Old Testament, as just a collection of folk myths and fabrications. Many d ...…
 
In this episode we discuss power and conflict in Southeast Asia with Michael Vatikiotis. While inter-state conflict has been minimal in recent years, countries around Southeast Asia face challenges in the form of unresolved insurgencies, simmering ethnic conflicts, and illiberal or ineffective governance. To help us analyze these trends, we are ...…
 
Hello, it's been a while! It's always nice to provide WNBA fans with additional information and content, so it is time for a new "In her own words" segment here on the website. As a reminder, the "In her own words" interviews are unedited audio from a pre- or post-game interview, in its entirety, without podcast enhancements or modifications. Y ...…
 
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South Woods Baptist Church » Sermons
 
Born of God (1 John 5:1–4) from South Woods Baptist Church on Vimeo. George Whitefield, the English evangelist during the 18th century Great Awakening, had as his principal theme the new birth. His sermon entitled, “On the Nature and Necessity of our Regeneration or New Birth in Christ Jesus,” served as an instrument of spiritual awakening in L ...…
 
John Stonestreet: We’ve talked recently about who should make life and death decisions when it comes to medical care.What would Chuck Colson have said about the case of little Charlie Gard? Who should decide who lives and who dies?Back in 2009, Chuck prophetically warned that with nationalized healthcare comes increased government control over ...…
 
Today we present part 1 of Chuck Colson's 1991 lecture at the Harvard Business School: "Why Harvard Can’t Teach Ethics." The answer, Chuck argues, lies in the rejection of a transcendent moral order.
 
Today we have part 2 of Chuck Colson’s lecture at the Harvard Business school on why Harvard can’t teach ethics. We pick up where we left off, as Chuck reveals the greatest myth of the 20th century.
 
On today's episode, Adam and Jill travel to Chicago to speak with Colson Whitehead about his #1 New York Times bestselling and Pulitzer Prize winning novel, The Underground Railroad. Their conversation covered how this book came to be, how he views his book in relation to the incredible success it has achieved, race relations throughout America ...…
 
Uniting conservatives, combating hate — so many things were worked on this week in Alberta politics. Join Press Gallery podcast host Emma Graney with guests Dave Breakenridge, Paula Simons and Janet French as they talk unity, racism, and a review about the Workers' Compensation Board that was more than one year in the making. Good stuff from th ...…
 
John Stonestreet: Why should we be civil with our political or religious opponents, especially if they’re not civil with us?Just a couple of weeks ago on BreakPoint, we talked about why civility and civil discourse are necessary for the future of our democracy. When comediennes hold up fake presidential heads, when college students shout down a ...…
 
In this episode of the podcast, we slap down the economic fallacies behind the minimum wage with logic and basic economics. We also exhume progressivism's fatal attraction to eugenics, a historical relationship that has largely been buried by public education. This episode is brought to you by Tom Woods' Liberty Classroom! Help support the Libe ...…
 
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We all break the 10 Commandments. All have fallen short of the glory of God. Few of us do so in such a public fashion. There is one individual who intentionally (and literally) breaks the 10 Commandments by ramming his truck into a public statutes of the 10 Commandments. California’s “right to die” law was enacted one year ago. A recent report ...…
 
This episode, Brea and Mallory decode the madness of book awards, refuse to tolerate trash babies, and interview writer and past National Book Award judge Cecil Castellucci. Participate in online discussion for this episode using #BookAwards on Twitter and Instagram! Twitter: @readinggpodcast Instagram: ReadingGlassesPodcast Reading Glasses Fac ...…
 
Last weekend, Adam and Jill were in Chicago for the American Library Association. Along with getting to meet some of our library partners, podcast listeners, publishing company friends, they also got to interview some incredible authors and Jill, at least, got to do some sightseeing in the Windy City. Books mentioned in this episode The Undergr ...…
 
Woody drove his car into the airport, a bold move on his part.A podcast about normal days that turned into, "you'll never guess what happened" kind of days. Hosted by Jeremy Griswold and Dru Colson.From Big Bear Media. Music from Jazzhar via betterwithmusic.com (Creative Commons)
 
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.Winner of the National Book Award for Fiction.In association with Albin Michel.We were joined by Colson Whitehead, to discuss his “brutal, vital, devastating novel” (Observer) The Underground Railroad.
 
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Episode 21 of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and Internet of Things. In this episode, Nate and Colson are joined by Madison Hanberry to discuss his research into using magnetic ternary structures in computer processors and hard drives to store and pro ...…
 
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The History of Literature
 
What happens when writers try to get along with other writers? Sometimes it goes well – and sometimes it ends in a fistfight, a drink in the face, or a spitting. Mike Palindrome, President of the Literature Supporters Club, joins Jacke for a look at some of literature’s greatest feuds. Authors discussed include Gore Vidal, Gertrude Stein, Norma ...…
 
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The History of Literature
 
What happens when writers try to get along with other writers? Sometimes it goes well – and sometimes it ends in a fistfight, a drink in the face, or a spitting. Mike Palindrome, President of the Literature Supporters Club, joins Jacke for a look at some of literature’s greatest feuds. Authors discussed include Gore Vidal, Gertrude Stein, Norma ...…
 
In this podcast, a joint production of CSIS’s CogitAsia and the China Innovation Policy Series (CIPS), we explore how China’s tech innovation drive fits into the country’s wider economic picture. To gain a sense of whether the Chinese government’s initiatives to develop new technology are succeeding, Scott Kennedy, co-leader of the China Innova ...…
 
In this podcast, a joint production of CSIS’s CogitAsia and the China Innovation Policy Series (CIPS), we explore how China’s tech innovation drive fits into the country’s wider economic picture. To gain a sense of whether the Chinese government’s initiatives to develop new technology are succeeding, Scott Kennedy, co-leader of the China Innova ...…
 
Otto Warmbier, an American who was held in North Korea and recently medically evacuated home, has died. Today is World Refugee Day. A record 65 million people are displaced from their homes. No matter how you feel about immigration and borders, the conversation about offering a refuge to people fleeing religious persecution, oppression, war, fa ...…
 
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