The Phil Vischer Podcast Archive

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. October 2014 Episode 123: The Book of Job with Guest John Walton Episode 122: Ben vs. Bill, “Christian” Harry Potter, and Atheistic Christianity!” September 2014 Episode 121: The History of Bob and Larry Episode Read More...

Episode 123: The Book of Job with Guest John Walton!

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

Episode 121: The History of Bob and Larry

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 |

Episode 117: The VMAs, Religion, and Marriage!

It’s been a year since Miley Cyrus made “twerking” a part of awkward dinner conversations everywhere, and Phil forced himself to watch the VMA Awards to see what the kids are up to this year. Plus, does religion actually hurt marriages? Say it ain’t so, Joe! This week on the podcast!   Listen to the episode |

Episode 114: Live from Okoboji with Scottie May and John Stumbo!

Recorded in front of a very enthusiastic audience at the Okoboji Bible Conference in Arnolds Park, Iowa, this special episode tells the story of Phil’s great grandpa and the founding of the conference with Phil’s mom Scottie May, plus president of the Christian & Missionary Alliance (Phil & Skye’s denomination) John Stumbo tells his incredible story and talks about the future of denominations. (As this podcast was recorded remotely, it’s Read More...