So, I figured that I would share my typical weekly podcast diet with you. There are a lot of other amazing resources that I make use of on a less frequent basis, but that doesn't meant they aren't just as valuable. So if your favorite (or your own) podcast is not included below, don't take it personally. Post a comment with your favorite podcast that you think I ought to be listening to!
In no particular order...
Reasonable Faith w/ William Lane Craig
Cross Examined w/ Frank Turek
Renewing Your Mind w/ R. C. Sproul
Let My People Think w/ Ravi Zacharias
Unbelievable w/ Justin Brierly
Stand To Reason w/ Greg Koukl
Cold Case Christianity w/ J. Warner Wallace
The Bible Answer Man w/ Hank Hanegraaf
The Briefing w/ Al Mohler
Timothy Keller sermon podcast
Defenders w/ William Lane Craig
By just popping in my headphones and listening during my drive to and from work, or while I do my chores, I manage to get through at least one episode of each per week. Though, some do not update every week and others are daily--it evens out. Now, it isn't quite the same as learning by osmosis, but I am amazed that the things that I already know when I sit down to work on my doctorate studies. Maybe you don't have the time, interest, or money to go back to school and get a graduate degree in theology, apologetics, or philosophy. The good news is that technology has made it possible to get a pretty darn good education (maybe even better than you would get at some schools) just by listening to the right podcasts. Happy listening!
Oh yeh... and I am hoping to start doing a Because It's True podcast at some point in 2014. So, look out for that.