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Best David Wheaton podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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The Christian Worldview is a radio and online ministry that aims to sharpen the biblical worldview of Christians and share the good news that all people can be reconciled to God through Jesus Christ. The ministry is an outreach of The Overcomer Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and is led by a seven-member board of directors and five-person staff.
 
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/693 On air since 2004,The Christian Worldviewis a listener-supported radio program that airs on 250 stations across America . The program focuses on current events, cultural issues, and matters of faith from a biblical perspective and often includes expert guests and listener calls. The missionis "tosharpen the biblical worldview of Christians and to share the good news that all people can be reconciled to God throu ...
 
“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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South Bay communities, particularly those that are low income and with large Latino populations, continue to be the hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, according to an analysis of COVID-19 deaths by ZIP code. The most recent data provided by the county confirms trends previously reported by health officials and underscores the sometimes fatal …
 
GUEST: CURTIS BOWERS, producer, Agenda Films Over the past month, over 100 statues and monuments depicting American history—from Christopher Columbus to Confederate-era figures to founders like George Washington—have been torn down or defaced by vandals or removed by local governments all over the U.S. Why? Because those with a leftist worldview be…
 
Ahead of Independence Day weekend, many indoor activities and businesses were shuttered across the state. While San Diego was not among those counties initially closed, current COVID-19 trends show that we will likely have to shut down as well on Monday. Governor Gavin Newsom’s actions drew criticism, as many argue that the George Floyd protests we…
 
Ten San Diego beaches scored perfect marks, while one Mission Bay location failed to make the grade, on the 30th annual “Beach Report Card” by the nonprofit Heal the Bay. The annual report assigns letter grades to beaches, based on bacteria levels found in water samples throughout the year. Those grades represent an effort to translate scientific t…
 
Just 17 days after they were allowed to reopen on June 12, San Diego County bars, breweries and wineries learned Monday that they will not be allowed to operate, at least not in the traditional sense, starting Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. While restaurants will still be allowed to serve drinks with meals, no one will be allowed to stand around with drin…
 
Within 24 hours of a police shooting that critically wounded a man in downtown San Diego, police on Sunday released footage of the encounter as protesters took to the streets and local elected leaders demanded transparency. The man, who police identified as Leonardo Hurtado Ibarra, 25, of San Diego, suffered life-threatening injuries. He was hospit…
 
Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on What Impact Will the Supreme Court’s Unrighteous Judgement Have?Listen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-what-impact-will-the-supreme-courts-unrighteous-judgment-have/By David Wheaton
 
Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on What Impact Will the Supreme Court’s Unrighteous Judgement Have?Listen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-what-impact-will-the-supreme-courts-unrighteous-judgment-have/By David Wheaton
 
Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on What Impact Will the Supreme Court’s Unrighteous Judgement Have?Listen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-what-impact-will-the-supreme-courts-unrighteous-judgment-have/By David Wheaton
 
Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on What Impact Will the Supreme Court’s Unrighteous Judgement Have?Listen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-what-impact-will-the-supreme-courts-unrighteous-judgment-have/By David Wheaton
 
GUEST: JOHN BURSCH, senior counsel, Alliance Defending Freedom You [Moses] shall appoint for yourself judges and officers in all your towns which the Lord your God is giving you…and they shall judge the people with righteous judgment. Deuteronomy 16:18 What with the attempted removal of the President from office, the COVID-19 pandemic, and left-win…
 
What with the attempted removal of the President from office, the COVID-19 pandemic, and left-wing uprisings in cities across the country, it would have been easy to miss an extremely consequential Supreme Court decision.The New Yorker Magazine put it this way: “in a 6–3 opinion written by the Trump appointee Neil Gorsuch, the Court ruled that disc…
 
After roughly 100 days camped out at dining room tables or propped up on pillows while Zooming from their beds, many white-collar workers across San Diego are slowly coming to a realization: working from home might actually be permanent. Some think it’s because a post-pandemic world will never exist, and workers must be protected from health threat…
 
San Diego police now have standalone policy calling for officers to attempt to de-escalate encounters when they can, and a new imperative that officers intervene if they see another officer using unreasonable force, the mayor and police chief announced Wednesday. De-escalation “is important, because de-escalation tactics help officers to defuse a s…
 
The San Diego City Council Tuesday unanimously endorsed plans for a new police review board that would have the power to launch independent misconduct investigations and subpoena witnesses. A formal vote to place it on the November ballot is set for July 7. “It is time to shift power into the hands of the community and to have a more transparent bo…
 
A state fiscal agency found “significant evidence” that current and former employees with the Sweetwater Union High School District may have committed fraud, misappropriation of funds or other illegal practices, according to the results of a long-awaited audit report announced Monday night by the San Diego County superintendent of schools. The repo…
 
Death at the hands of law enforcement has come under renewed scrutiny in the weeks since a Minneapolis police officer spent eights minutes, 46 seconds with his knee pressed down on George Floyd’s neck as Floyd lay on the ground. The officer was White, Floyd was Black. Since late May, people have taken to the streets across the country to protest po…
 
Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on Why God-Defined Family and Morality are the Targets of the RevolutionListen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-why-god-defined-family-and-morality-are-the-targets-of-the-revolution/By David Wheaton
 
Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on Why God-Defined Family and Morality are the Targets of the RevolutionListen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-why-god-defined-family-and-morality-are-the-targets-of-the-revolution/By David Wheaton
 
GUESTS: BRUCE AND MARY JANE WHEATON, host David Wheaton’s parents If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do? Psalm 11:3 While it may appear that ending “racism” is the purpose behind the protests and violence taking place in our country, the real intent is the destruction of God-defined family and morality, as is made clear on the…
 
GUESTS: BRUCE AND MARY JANE WHEATON, host David Wheaton’s parentsIf the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do? Psalm 11:3 [Open in Logos Bible Software (if available)]While it may appear that ending “racism” is the purpose behind the protests and violence taking place in our country, the real intent is the destruction of God-defined …
 
School districts are getting ready to reopen this fall, and many plan to let parents choose what kind of schooling they want for their kids — normal in-person school, online learning, or a blended model that combines both. A county health order issued Monday allows schools in San Diego County to hold classes on campus as long as they comply with st…
 
In a striking rebuke to President Trump, the Supreme Court on Thursday rejected his plan to repeal the popular Obama-era order that protected so-called Dreamers, the nearly 800,000 young immigrants who were brought to this country illegally as children. Led by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr., the court called the decision to cancel the program kn…
 
In San Diego, police agencies for years had insisted that the restraint was necessary. But within 48 hours of San Diego’s decision, every department in the county announced it, too, was banning use of the hold. Sheriff Bill Gore, whose department employed Ward, initially said the department would continue to use it. But the next day he reversed cou…
 
Life inside San Diego’s largest homeless shelter can be tranquil, relaxing and friendly. And it could be a place where women are frightened by men who leer at them. Where possessions often go missing. Where sleep is disturbed every night by the sound of someone screaming. Perhaps it’s no surprise that 1,300 people living at the city’s largest homel…
 
Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on “Systemic Racism” and the Christian Response (Part 2 of 2)Listen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-systemic-racism-and-the-christian-response-part-2-of-2/By David Wheaton
 
Short Take: Where do you see responses like this one by Jason Meyer leading the evangelical church?Description: Short Take from The Christian Worldview program on “Systemic Racism” and the Christian Response (Part 2 of 2)Listen to the entire program here: https://www.thechristianworldview.org/topic-systemic-racism-and-the-christian-response-part-2-…
 
GUESTS: DARRELL HARRISON and VIRGIL WALKER, hosts, Just Thinking podcast For there is no partiality with God. Romans 2:11 Last week in part 1 of our conversation, Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker, hosts of the Just Thinking podcast, talked about the widely-accepted false assertion and animating worldview behind the protests, destruction, and crim…
 
Last week in part 1 of our conversation, Darrell Harrison and Virgil Walker, hosts of the Just Thinking podcast, talked about the widely-accepted false assertion and animating worldview behind the protests, destruction, and criminal acts taking place, that our nation is “systemically racist” against blacks.This week in part 2, we’ll examine how Eva…
 
After almost three long and lonely months, San Diego County residents are legally cleared to meet their friends for a drink, take a date to a museum or the zoo, visit a campground with the family and hit the gym to work off those quarantine pounds. Today marks the biggest reopening since county health officials began shutting down businesses and ev…
 
Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced Wednesday that San Diego Police Department officials are developing a new de-escalation policy, which a department spokesman said should be implemented by next week. The Police Department currently trains its officers in de-escalation techniques and has language addressing the approach — emphasizing that officers do …
 
La Mesa police on Tuesday released a step-by-step account of what happened when a peaceful protest against racial injustice and police brutality more than a week ago turned into riots marked by fires, vandalism and looting. The timeline was pieced together from entries La Mesa police dispatchers made in a computer system as the May 30 protest unfol…
 
When Ariel Gibbs arrived last Sunday morning at the Hall of Justice, the place where her protest was set to begin in downtown San Diego, she paused and turned to a friend. “Wow,” she said. She could not believe how many people showed up to march alongside her to demand justice for George Floyd, a black man who died after a white police officer in M…
 
Protest signs are meant to be provocative, but these were especially so: “Abolish the police.” They showed up in San Diego and across the country over the past two weeks as thousands of Americans took to the streets to condemn the May 25 killing in Minneapolis of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, by a white police officer who knelt on his neck fo…
 
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