Welcome to the Phil Vischer Podcast archive! Here you can find a list of all of the podcasts that Phil and the team have ever made, grouped by month, for easy access to the whole archive. November 2014 Episode 128: Modern-Day Israel with Guest Dr. Gary Burge! Episode 127: Violent Religion, Video Games, and Mars! Episode 126: Kentucky and Ken Ham’s Ark with Guest Drew Dyck October 2014 Episode 125: Read More...
Seth Cohen is a Christian educator who has run schools in inner-city Philadelphia and the Dominican Republic. He’s also a life-long friend of Christian Taylor! So Phil and Christian sit down with Seth to talk about his adventures in teaching kids, running schools, and following God. Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find this episode on iTunes
Christians are supposed to be big fans of modern-day Israel, right?New Testament scholar Dr. Gary Burge joins Phil and Christian to discuss his thought-provoking and more-than-a-little-bit controversial book, Whose Land? Whose Promise? What Christians Are Not Being Told About Israel and the Palestinians. In the words of our friend Justin Brierley, “It’s sure to be a sparky one!!” Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find Read More...
Is religion inherently violent? Will video games in the future only make us angrier? Can evangelicals train lawyers in Canada? And why would six people go to Hawaii to spend 8 months in a plastic bubble? (The answer has something to do with Mars.) All this and more on the podcast this week! Listen to the episode |
The state of Kentucky is messing with Ken Ham’s ark, and Berkeley students are messing with Bill Maher’s commencement speech. Plus Malaysia bans Halloween for being (wait for it) TOO CHRISTIAN! And some final thoughts about the cautionary tale that is Mark Driscoll. Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find this episode on iTunes
An atheist calls Phil’s work “contemptible” and then doesn’t want to talk about it, then a Malaysian man in hot water for encouraging Muslims to pet puppies inspires a deeper conversation about legalism and the world’s second most popular religion. It’s sure to be a bumpy ride on the podcast this week… Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find this episode on iTunes
A bad week for Mark Driscoll. Hillsong Church doesn’t want to talk about gays. Friend of the show John Dickson threatens to eat his Bible, and theologian Peter Enns wants us to take it less literally. Or seriously. Or something. On the podcast this week! Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find this episode on iTunes
Old Testament scholar and friend of the show John Walton wrote the book (well, 450 page commentary) on everyone’s favorite book of the Bible, Job! What? It’s not your favorite book? Well maybe it deserves a deeper look! Plus a report from the Department of How NOT to Share Your Faith. Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find this episode on iTunes
Ben Affleck takes on Bill Maher, Harry Potter converts to Christianity, and Frank Schaeffer (son of Francis) takes on Christianity Today editors whilst arguing for a new “atheistic” Christianity. It’s crazy, kooky fun on the podcast! (And not a single butt joke.) Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find this episode on iTunes
It’s been an interesting week for Bob and Larry in veggie-land, inspiring Phil to tell the whole story of how he and his characters parted ways, and the many attempts made over the last decade to bring them back together. It’s a story we guarantee you’ve never heard before! Listen to the episode |
Journalist/blogger Camerin Courtney joins Phil and Skye on the podcast to talk about men behaving badly in the NFL and on college campuses, plus an app that brings levitical atonement to a smartphone near you! Listen to the episode | Download to the episode | Find this episode on iTunes