Best monotheistic podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Islamic Podcasts
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Islamic Podcasts aims to provide you with authentic Islamic Audio pertaining to matters of Islamic Monotheism.
 
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Bilal Philips - Tafseer of Surah Al-Kahf
 
Every Muslim has heard of the benefits of reciting Surah Kahf. But what exactly is the message that the Surah is conveying? This lecture series is an in-depth explanation of the Surah using tafsir from Ibn Kathir, al-Uthaymeen, Ibn al-Qayyim, Ibn Jawzi, Shawkani and Saadi. The speaker mentions the benefits and virtues of Surah Al-Kahf and lessons we can extract from the Surah. It was narrated from Abu Sa’eed al-Khduri that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoeve ...
 
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Epiphany Road
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The goal of Epiphany Road is to help you along your path. So welcome and may you be blessed along the way!
 
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Rob Taylor's Podcast
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A little of this, a little of that. You may find talks on a variety of subjects, hard to find or rare music recordings and talks on topics relating to spirituality.
 
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Junaid Khan's Podcast
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The prayer occupies extraordinary importance in Islam. In order to understand this importance, the following aspects need to be appreciated. (1) The Foremost Directive The prayer is the foremost directive of Islam. The status monotheism occupies in beliefs is exactly the same as the prayer occupies in deeds
 
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Download Transcript References to a divine council of gods are found in several ancient Near Eastern cultures, including Mesopotamia, Greece, Egypt and Canaan. There are also numerous references to the divine counsel in the Hebrew Bible. The concept was pervasive. Members of the LDS Church may not realize that references to the divine council a ...…
 
Download Transcript References to a divine council of gods are found in several ancient Near Eastern cultures, including Mesopotamia, Greece, Egypt and Canaan. There are also numerous references to the divine counsel in the Hebrew Bible. The concept was pervasive. Members of the LDS Church may not realize that references to the divine council a ...…
 
Is there really that big a difference between Christians and Muslims? After all, we're both monotheists and Abrahamic faiths, right? That’s what we’ve been told but apologist Greg Koukl from Stand to Reason will join me with the biblical truth as we examine the important question, "Do Christians and Muslims Worship the Same God?" That and more ...…
 
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No Time For Heroics
 
It's the movie that saved the DCCU! We couldn't wait, and just dropped everything to go see Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman in theatres! SPOILER! isn't in this, she's in the Bat-family. But Spoilers anyway. Why/how/wherefore shoehorn the Greek Pantheon into a mismatched Judaeo-Christian monotheistic box? How much should the political views of an ac ...…
 
http://lcrwtvl.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/sermon-6-11-17.mp3sermon-6-11-17 The Nature of Creeds A. Creeds and Conflict Creeds and conflict go together. When there is conflict over doctrine, you need a creed to set things straight. Some say God is like this – some and some say God is like that. Some say Jesus was good – some say Jesus is God ...…
 
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Your Faith Journey - Finding God Through Words, Song and Praise
 
Martin Luther once said, "To try to deny the Trinity endangers your salvation, to try to comprehend the Trinity endangers your sanity." And, John Wesley, when talking about the Trinity said, “Bring me a worm that can comprehend a human being, and then I will show you a human being that can comprehend the Triune God!” The doctrine of the Trinity ...…
 
Introduction We continue in our Answers series with another question which was submitted by one of you. This is a question that, I’ll be honest, I didn’t really want to address. With some topics, it’s much more comfortable as a Christian, and especially as a preacher, to just pretend they don’t exist. But recent events reminded me that we don’t ...…
 
President Trump’s international trip provides a really important opportunity to talk about peace. Trump visited locations important to the three monotheistic religions: Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. We look back over his trip and ask the question: what is peace? The New England Journal of Medicine released an article on why people choose as ...…
 
United States President Donald Trump is in the midst of his first foreign trip, with his first three stops happening in the seats of the world’s three monotheistic faiths. He intensified his scolding about NATO allies not spending enough on defense.The U.S. navy just conducted its first freedom of navigation patrol under the Trump administratio ...…
 
United States President Donald Trump is in the midst of his first foreign trip, with his first three stops happening in the seats of the world’s three monotheistic faiths. He intensified his scolding about NATO allies not spending enough on defense.The U.S. navy just conducted its first freedom of navigation patrol under the Trump administratio ...…
 
A daily devotional exploring the names of God in scripture. Our website http://alittlewalkwithgod.com. Thanks for joining me today for "A Little Walk with God." I'm your host Richard Agee. Today we start looking at the names of God. He is called a lot of different things in scripture. We will start looking at what His names mean to us today. Sc ...…
 
In this week’s episode, Pete explores “monolatry,” the ancient Israelite belief that many gods existed but only one God, Yahweh, was worthy of worship. The ancient Israelites were not monotheists, and thinking they were obscures the theology of many passages by imposing an idea the Israelites would not have understood.…
 
In this week’s episode, Pete explores “monolatry,” the ancient Israelite belief that many gods existed but only one God, Yahweh, was worthy of worship. The ancient Israelites were not monotheists, and thinking they were obscures the theology of many passages by imposing an idea the Israelites would not have understood.…
 
Some would say that Reformed apologist Dr. James White, director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, is the best contemporary debater on behalf of traditional catholic views on the Trinity. Certainly, he’s had time and opportunity to sharpen his arguments, having debated the Trinity and/or the “deity of Christ” with (among others) a Muslim scholar, ...…
 
Islam, Canada, and M-103 “Canadians don’t know Muslims; they don’t understand Islam. And that ignorance is fuelling a lot of fear. And the fear is just leading people to become more aggressive.” This is a small excerpt from this week’s important conversation on Islam, Canada, and the recent motion that was passed in Canada – M-103. We’re joined ...…
 
Is the depiction of Jesus in the Catacombs valid archaeological evidence for the historical Jesus?How does the absence of Nazareth in any first century contemporary writings, including Flavius Josephus relates to the late date of the gospels? If Nazareth didn't exist just yet during the time Jesus lived, why would the gospel writers pick a non- ...…
 
Where Are the Moderate Muslims? Presented by HUSSEIN ABOUBAKR After every terrorist attack, politicians and pundits reassure us that the atrocity does not represent the true beliefs of the "moderate Muslim majority." But how many moderates are there? And what exactly does "moderate" mean? Military instructor and researcher Hussein Aboubakr expl ...…
 
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Communion Sanctorum
 
With two introductory episodes on the Creeds under our belt, sash, or whatever else you use to hold up your pants, let’s move now to the Council & Creed of Nicaea. What’s referred to as the Nicene Creed is the product of not one, but two councils held about 60 yrs apart. The first was held in the city of Nicaea in 325, the other in Constantinop ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
With two introductory episodes on the Creeds under our belt, sash, or whatever else you use to hold up your pants, let’s move now to the Council & Creed of Nicaea. What’s referred to as the Nicene Creed is the product of not one, but two councils held about 60 yrs apart. The first was held in the city of Nicaea in 325, the other in Constantinop ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
With two introductory episodes on the Creeds under our belt, sash, or whatever else you use to hold up your pants, let’s move now to the Council & Creed of Nicaea. What’s referred to as the Nicene Creed is the product of not one, but two councils held about 60 yrs apart. The first was held in the city of Nicaea in 325, the other in Constantinop ...…
 
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Sermons – Cities Church
 
The fundamental question in this section is found in 2:14. “What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? Can that faith save him?” Before we can answer it, we need to get clarity on James’s definitions. For example, what does he mean by “save”? In 1:21, James says, “Therefore put away all filthiness and ra ...…
 
Chandler Klebs and Poffo Ortiz set up a special episode to respond to the topic introduced in the previous episode of Philosophy, Science & Religion. They had a lot to say about the polytheistic, monotheistic, and pantheistic concepts of God and what relevance these have in relation to human society.... This item has files of the following type ...…
 
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Let Us Reason - A Christian/Muslim Dialogue
 
Sam Shamoun joins us again to discuss Quran dilemmas. Is Islam a unitarian monotheistic religion or does it have its own trinity? Is the muslim God the true God? Is the Holy Spirit of the Quran the Holy Spirit of the Bible? Do Muslims believe that the Holy Spirit is the angel Gabriel?
 
George Ortega, Trick Slattery, Chandler Klebs, and Poffo Ortiz discuss what criteria go into defining what a monotheistic concept of God is. They have various opinions on what the definitions are and who sets the attributes of God.... This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Columbia Peaks, Metadata, Ogg Vorbis, PNG, VBR MP3…
 
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Jerusalemish Podcast
 
Epikoros (or Apikoros or Apikores or Epicurus; Hebrew: אפיקורוס, lit. "Heretic", pl. Epicorsim ) is a Jewish term cited in the Mishnah, referring to one who does not have a share in the world to come: "All Israel have a share in the world to come as states: Your people are all righteous, they shall inherit the land for ever, the branch of My pl ...…
 
Greg is on a timer and answers questions about the God Jews and Muslims worship, application of Jesus’ instructions, and where Israel crossed the Red Sea. Do Jews and Muslims worship the same God? Do Jesus' instructions to the disciples in Mark 6:7-11 have modern day application and, if so, to whom? I can't seem to find consensus on the geograp ...…
 
Greg is on a timer and answers questions about the God Jews and Muslims worship, application of Jesus’ instructions, and where Israel crossed the Red Sea. Do Jews and Muslims worship the same God? Do Jesus' instructions to the disciples in Mark 6:7-11 have modern day application and, if so, to whom? I can't seem to find consensus on the geograp ...…
 
“Is God Real?” Acts 17:16-34 Sermon Series: “The God Questions” Introduction: You probably wrestle with some of these more than others (for me, Bible, Suffering, Creation, Die). -The first question we are considering today is the question, “Is God Real?” Along with that, if God is real, what is He, she, it like? Do you believe that God exists? ...…
 
John 3:1-17Born Again: "anothen" – from above, not of this flesh world, different originsNumbers 21:4-9"God so loved the world, reads the famous text in the King James Version of John 3:16, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish but have everlasting life. There we are, think average Christian reade ...…
 
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Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church
 
This past spring, Perry and I got to visit the deserts of Palestine. Not only did we take a shiny tourist bus through the security checkpoints, crossing the boundaries from Israel to Palestine, from Jerusalem into Bethlehem, but we also left our group on foot and walked a few blocks away from the Church of the Nativity, where we were picked up ...…
 
In this week’s show our guest is Joseph Balog a friend of the show and Catholic theologian in training. We decided to bring him back to discuss demons and exorcism for our All Hallow’s Eve/Day of the Dead special. We delved deeply in the religious tradition of the Roman Catholic Church about how these spiritual entities operate. We discussed th ...…
 
In this special episode with a live audience, Greg still has 4 min. to answer questions about different religions worshipping God and “born this way." Do Muslims, Jews, and Christians worship the same God? As a Christian, what’s the most effective response to someone who states that “they were born this way,” in regards to homosexuality? Downlo ...…
 
In this special episode with a live audience, Greg still has 4 min. to answer questions about different religions worshipping God and “born this way." Do Muslims, Jews, and Christians worship the same God? As a Christian, what’s the most effective response to someone who states that “they were born this way,” in regards to homosexuality? Downlo ...…
 
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Friendship Baptist Church Podcasts
 
In this lesson Pastor Rusty discusses the monotheistic foundation of the Trinity.
 
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Grand Parkway Baptist Church
 
Deuteronomy 6:1-25 1. Learning is for living, v. 1 2. Parenting is consequential, v. 2 3. You are to be monotheistic in a polytheistic culture, v. 4 4. You parent from the heart, v. 6 5. God intends that parents be the most spiritually formative people in a child’s life, v. 7 6. Prioritize the Word of God, v. 8 7. Remember that fullness leads t ...…
 
Please join Tchipakkan, on the New Normal 8 pm Wednesday, January 11, 2017, 8-9 p.m. edt, when I’ll be talking about Neo-paganism as I have watched it develop since the sixties. I’ve been openly pagan since I realized that was the best description of my belief system back in the 60s, and following the normal human pattern, have sought others wh ...…
 
THE “KISS OF ESAU” – A PROPHETIC PARABLE You may view the 5 minute update this week via audio: 1) Listen to the audio In this week’s 5 minute update, we focused on: 1) Explaining the details behind US President Barack Obama fulfilling the prophetic “Kiss of Esau” through his support of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 which condemns the exis ...…
 
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Bacon Bibles Barbells Podcast
 
Christmas is coming! We all want gifts. Christians have celebrated Christmas in some way or another since as early as 336 AD, following the period of heavy persecution. While some Christians downplay any kind of “santa” talk with their kids, there is an important historical story of the man behind the myth. December 6th (today!) is Saint Nichol ...…
 
What do you think of the arguments in the Eastern Orthodox Bible for the originality of Markâ??s long ending? How synoptic are the synoptic gospels really? Why are the monotheistic religions so obsessed with the Apocalypse? Were the Greeks and Romans the same way?The Christadelphians deny that the biblical terms â??devilâ?? and â??satanâ?? gene ...…
 
Welcome back. In today’s episode Joshua delivers what appears to be a couple of farewell addresses, but perhaps they are examples of ancient near eastern covenants. We’ll look at that and break down some of the elements of Hittite and Assyrian covenants and see if what Joshua is doing fits into that pattern. We’ll also find out if the monotheis ...…
 
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