Bible Podcast


Listening to a Bible podcast can be a great way to gain entertainment, enlightenment, and encouragement throughout your week. Bible podcasts are everywhere these days, and they are of varying qualities, lengths, formats, and perspectives, which is their strength. Anyone with a microphone can start a podcast about any subject, as a short browse through any podcast service list will show. Successful podcasts often have more than one host, but single-producer podcasts are also popular when done correctly. Some podcasts have guests, and some do not. It all depends on the nature of the subject matter and the format the creator is most comfortable working in. In association with AWKNG School of Theology, the AWKNG network produces podcasts, each with a unique flavor and an original perspective on what it means to live a Christian life in today’s uncertain and changing world.

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Read Bible Podcast

So what is the line-up of Bible podcasts that AWKNG School of Theology endorses? Firstly, there’s Coffee With Andi, where Andi Andrews talks with fascinating people from all walks of life who have endured all types of experiences. Andi has led a rich life, and the perspective she brings to each discussion is vast and open-hearted. She has created five seasons of her show which has grown from a podcast to a TV show. You won’t want to miss a single episode of this podcast and TV show, so dive deeper into your faith with open and honest conversations about Jesus and life with Andi Andrew and her friends – featuring Lisa Bevere, Havilah Cunnington, Jo Saxton, and more.


One Year Bible Podcast

Bible podcasts are popular all over the globe. Throughout the world, people can download and listen to podcasts the minute that they are uploaded. Never before has information been shared so quickly or by so many. It can feel dizzying and bewildering to try not just to keep up but even dip your toe into that stream of information. Even people who make their livings by podcasting can’t keep up with that exchange of information. It can be helpful to have a guide for all of that, and podcasters themselves find it beneficial to club together to keep from getting lost in the daily growing number of podcasts and Bible podcasts. The AWKNG network, which includes AWKNG School of Theology, has created an umbrella website called AWKNG podcasts to collect and support the podcasters we work with and endorse. This is a place you can go to hear these high-quality, entertaining, and informative podcasts. But if you already have a platform that you enjoy listening to podcasts on, you can still listen to them there.

Bible Podcast For Beginners

If you are looking for a fresh and new Bible podcast with a different way of looking at the world, then check out CRTV Bites and join Kayla Harris, lead graphic designer at AWKNG Arthouse, as she has bite-sized chats with other amazing creatives. These podcasts discuss the creative process and challenges that people in creative pursuits encounter daily.


Daily Bible Podcasts

A daily bible podcast is an excellent habit to get into. Another podcast you will not want to miss is Dr. Michael S. Heiser’s podcast, The Naked Bible. Dr. Michael Heiser is the director of AWKNG School of Theology. He is the host of this long-running Bible podcast that shines a light on lesser-studied passages of the Bible and gives them the same academic weight and attention that is often given to the rest of the Bible. Topics include the Divine Council, the Nephilim, the Pseudepigrapha, the Unseen Realms, as well as other, more familiar passages of the Bible in which an important aspect—that of the contextual spiritual beliefs of the writers from the time—is read back into the Bible passages under discussion. There are nearly four hundred episodes up on Dr. Heiser’s website; all of them are free to listen to and feature very learned and distinguished guests who are experts in their specific fields of study.

Whatever your interests in Bible podcasts, you will find lots to draw and sustain you at the AWKNG School of Theology.