Top Christian Podcasts of 2021

Arts & Entertainment, Community, Religion

Ask Pastor John

This podcasts broadcasts answers to some pretty challenging questions, asked by listeners and answered by Pastor John Piper.

Cold-Case Christianity Podcast

The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast is hosted by J. Warner Wallace. J. Warner is a Dateline featured cold-case homicide detective, Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University and a faculty member at Summit Ministries. The Cold-Case Christianity podcast explores the evidence for God’s existence, the reliability of the Bible, and the truth of the Christian worldview. Please visit their website at www.ColdCaseChristianity.com.

Science, Scripture & Salvation

Science, Scripture, & Salvation is a podcast that hopefully will encourage you in your Christian faith by showing how scientific evidence supports the Bible, particularly the Genesis account. When we see that the first and most foundational book of the Bible can be trusted in all matters—including science—it builds confidence in the rest of the inspired Word all the way to Revelation.

The Bible Project Podcast

The BibleProject podcast consists of deeper theological conversations between our founders, Tim and Jon, inviting you to explore the biblical theology behind each animated video and series we create.

Adulting – What’s That?

A podcast for those trying to navigate life as a young adult. Conversations consisting of adulting fails, pursuing passions, dreaming big dreams, and reminders that you’re not alone as we try to live a life of purpose.

The Glorious in the Mundane

Appreciate even the smallest of things with this inspiring podcast.

The Story Behind

The Story Behind™ focuses on the extraordinary history of the ordinary. Each episode is usually less than 10 minutes long and explores the origins and evolution of an item, person or idea you may know today. The stories are told as accurately as possible, sourced from books and articles about that particular topic. There’s a story behind everything, and once you learn that story, you just may appreciate your world a bit more.

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