As has been made quite apparent probably from previous posts, podcasts have become a staple of my weekly routine, and I am constantly on the lookout for new content from different people. Thanks to a friend, I have recently come across several from various denominational backgrounds but wanted to mention two of them here:
Hosted by (you guessed it) a group of Reformed pastors from all over the U.S., mostly from the OPC and PCA, this site seeks to offer solid analysis and discussion of theology from a Reformed perspective. The topics and discussion might be described as ‘academic’ to some degree, but this does not mean that they are not accessible or eminently practical. In fact, Reformed Forum is clear in their desire that theology should be practical and have feet—lived out and impactful in daily life.
Hearkening from a Lutheran background, this podcast is currently doing a series on various Christians throughout church history. Beginning with Saint Augustine, Johan Arndt, and Gresham Machen, this series is looking to explore, at a high level, many different men throughout history who have played important roles in the growth and doctrines of the church. The show is very approachable, and in their archives they have many podcasts that discuss a variety of contemporary and theological topics from a Lutheran perspective.