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This weekly podcast provides an informal and informative look at church history. Join us each week as we take a brief break from the present to go exploring the past. Travel back in time as we look at the people, events, and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. Each episode offers an easily digestible glimpse of how the eternal, unchangeable God has worked in the church over prior generations and how this can encourage us today. This is our story—our family history.
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My name is Darrick Taylor, and I am the founder and proprietor of Controversies in Church History, a podcast that takes an in depth look at difficult, even disturbing, issues in the history of the Catholic Church. My perspective is unique, in that I am a faithful Roman Catholic, yet trained as a secular historian. Designed for Catholics but accessible for anyone interested in history, it balances storytelling with an academic sensibility.
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Kids Talk Church History

Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, Inc.

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Kids Talk Church History is a one-of-a-kind podcast where kids investigate the history of the Church. Over two thousand years ago, Jesus said: “I will build my church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.” How has Jesus built and preserved His Church against all odds? Come with us on a trip through history to find the answer on Kids Talk Church History—a podcast in partnership with the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals.
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Church History

Lorelee Siemens

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Delve into the captivating narrative of 'The Church History Podcast,' a remarkable journey that unfolds the history of God's Church from the time of Jesus Christ to the present day. Hosted by Lorelee Siemens, this podcast brings to life the inspiring stories of men and women who, guided by the Holy Spirit, dedicated their lives to Jesus Christ. Experience the rich tapestry of the Church's evolution, one episode at a time, as Lorelee skillfully recounts the challenges, triumphs, and unwaverin ...
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History From the Old Brick Church

St. Luke's Historic Church & Museum

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Take a journey through history with a new podcast from St. Luke’s Historic Church & Museum, hosted by John Ericson. Join the conversation with scholars and historians to tackle subjects like race, women’s history, and constitutional law. Explore how the pursuit of religious freedom in colonial America has shaped our modern life. Tune into History from the Old Brick Church Podcast today! Podcast made possible by a grant from the Virginia Humanities Foundation.
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A concise history of the Catholic church told in short episodes of 3-7 minutes. Adapted from the wonderful work, Bible History (1881) by Right Rev. Richard Gilmour. This Podcast publishes new episodes, thrice a week. patreon.com/churchhistorypodcast
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Church History Podcast

First Covenant Church

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~60 min class time with Pastor Kevin Wright discussing the History of the Church within the context of the history of the world. Listen as they discuss how the Church developed and how it affected the world in the process (and how it was affected by the world in return). Make connections on how history repeats itself -- how we can learn from that, and how we tend to make the same mistakes people made in the past. This series was originally presented with PowerPoint slide shows. Unfortunately ...
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Conversations with Friends about Church History

Conversations with Friends about Church History

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My name is Steve Weaver. I am a church historian with a PhD in Church History. Along my academic and spiritual journey I have been blessed with God with many friendships that have made an impact on me. I want to host conversations on this channel with some of my friends who happen to be church historians. We'll talk about how we met, how our lives and academic careers have intersected, and discuss history. Hopefully, others will find it interesting, but, regardless, I will enjoy it!
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This podcast was published at The Sign of Jonas Blog. Dr. Susan Easton Black lectures on the life of Mormon Founder Joseph Smith. Dr. Susan Easton Black joined the faculty of Brigham Young University in 1978, where she is currently a professor of Church history and doctrine. She is a past Eliza R. Snow Fellow, Associate Dean of General Education and Honors, and Director of Church History in the BYU Religious Studies Center. The recipient of numerous academic awards, she received the Karl G. ...
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The intention of this work is to provide a sketch of the History of the Church in the first six centuries of its existence, resting throughout on original authorities, and also giving references to the principal modern works which have dealt specially with its several portions. It is hoped that it may be found to supply a convenient summary for those who can give but little time to the study, and also to serve as a guide for those who desire to make themselves acquainted with the principal d ...
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The story of Christianity from c. 30 to 451 A.D. Covering the great stories of the Apostles, bishops, saints, monks, and martyrs from Pentecost to the Council of Chalcedon. HistoryoftheEarlyChurch.wordpress.com HistoryoftheEarlyChurch@gmail.com Facebook.com/EarlyChurchPodcast
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The church and religion has played and continues to play a big role in the African-American community. Yet, many of us who grew up in the traditional black church do not have an understanding of how our faith evolved under the duress of slavery and discrimination to be and to represent what it does today. The purpose of this broadcast is to provide that background knowledge while also pointing out the dividing line between what is just tradition and true faith in Jesus Christ.
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A History Podcast of the Christian Church told through the lives and thoughts of it's greatest thinkers. Season 1 – A.D. 1 – A.D. 500 Plato and Greek philosophy. Apostolic fathers Justin Martyr Irenaeus Clement of Alexandria Origin Cyprian Eusebius of Caesarea. Council of Nicaea Athanasies. Ephraim the Syrian. The Cappadocian fathers. The Council of Constantinople Ambrose John Chrysostom. Jerome. Augustine Cyril of Alexandria. The Council of Ephesus Theodor of Cyrus Leo the great. The Counci ...
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For the past 2,000 years, Jesus has been sovereignly building His Church. He has used all manner of people, places, and events to shape the theological traditions that continue to influence people today. Travel back in time as we spend åfive months together tracing the historical development of theology, and gain a much greater understanding of those who have gone before. In the end, we will be sobered by the constant threat of error, while being motivated to take our place in the long line ...
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Okay fine, "original doomsday cult" is a little on the dramatic side. But come on, Montanism is like the perfect Frankenstein's monster of heresies. You've got a dash of modalism, a sprinkle of hyper-pentacostalism, and a healthy splash of end times panic. And all before the 3rd Century! Montanism was a strange movement in the early days of Christi…
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Join us as we share part one of the remarkable life of Charles Spurgeon, from his humble beginnings in Essex, England, to becoming one of the most renowned preachers of his time. Born into a family of Puritan preachers, young Charles faced challenges and hardships, but his unwavering faith and determination propelled him forward. Spurgeon's story i…
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Martin Luther wanted to ensure that no one would misuse his Reformation writings as an excuse for creating divisions in the church. Today, Stephen Nichols examines a confession of faith that Luther wrote to defend essential Christian truths. Read the transcript: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/luthers-confession-of-faith/ A donor-supported …
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How does the Church justify putting over one billion dollars into building a mall in downtown Salt Lake City? And did they use tithing money to do so? Also, is it true that the Church has over 100 billion dollars in reserve? Why won’t Church leaders just disclose exactly how much they actually have? If it’s anywhere near that number, is it ethical …
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Help me continue making great content for listeners everywhere at patreon.com/JeremyMcCandless Subscribe here to receive my new church history podcast every week. https://thehistoryofthechristianchurch.buzzsprout.com Episode Notes Page: In today’s episode of "A History of the Christian Church," we explore the life and teachings of Justin Martyr, al…
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CORRECTION: Joseph misstated the traditional date of the martyrdom of Saint Valentine; it was February 14 in A.D. 269. Show notes/sources: From the Protestant Reformation to the Southern Baptist Convention: What Hath Geneva To Do With Nashville? by Thomas K. Ascol (Founders Press) “...To Set Them in Order;” Some Influences of the Philadelphia Bapti…
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When we talk about the Protestant Reformation, most people remember Martin Luther and John Calvin. However, a third man had a significant influence at the start of the Reformation: Ulrich Zwingli. Join Trinity, Christian, and Linus as they travel back to Reformation Switzerland with their guest, Rev. William Boekestein, to discover who Zwingli real…
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The latest Catholic Lives episode, in which we look at notable non-saints in Catholic history, delves into the brief life of Baldwin IV, King of Jerusalem (1174-1185). Famous for contracting leprosy when he was a child, he fought multiple battles with the Muslim emir Saladin, and successfully protected the kingdom while he lived. Face with particul…
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A new MP3 sermon from Concho Valley Orthodox Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Introduction to Church History: Lesson 16 Subtitle: Introduction to Church History Speaker: Elijah DeJong Broadcaster: Concho Valley Orthodox Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday School Date: 2/18/2024 Length: 46 min.…
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A new MP3 sermon from Discover The Word With Dr Jim is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: CH#132 The Smyth & Roger Williams Controversy's in Baptist History Subtitle: Church History & Evolution Speaker: Dr. James M. Phillips Broadcaster: Discover The Word With Dr Jim Event: Midweek Service Date: 2/21/2024 Bible: Matthew…
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The Protestant Reformation in the 16th Century wasn't just a movement. It was a million dominoes falling to trigger a BUNCH of movements all across Europe. One of the most unique of these movements was that of the Anabaptists. While Lutherans and Calvinists fought about whether justification or predestination were cooler sounding words, Anabaptists…
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Many people in the medieval church believed their works could earn God's favor. Today, Stephen Nichols looks at a sermon that Martin Luther preached against this false idea, expounding the true riches of God's grace in salvation. Read the transcript: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/luther-on-medieval-piety/ A donor-supported outreach of Lig…
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In this episode of the Church History Podcast, host Lorelee Siemens delves into the remarkable life of Samuel Schereschewsky, a Jewish man whose journey traversed Russia, Germany, America, China, and Japan, leaving an indelible mark on Church history. Born in 1831 into a devout Jewish family in Russian Lithuania, Samuel's early life was marked by e…
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Zion has been defined as God’s people being of one heart and one mind, dwelling together in righteousness, and having no poor among them. Since Joseph Smith’s day Latter-day Saints have made continuous efforts toward this Zion ideal, including not only assisting the poor and needy, but going even further to help them eliminate poverty from their li…
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Help me continue making great content for listeners everywhere at patreon.com/JeremyMcCandless Subscribe here to receive my new church history podcast every week. https://thehistoryofthechristianchurch.buzzsprout.com Episode Notes: The Apostolic Fathers played a crucial role in shaping and establishing Christian orthodoxy during the formative years…
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Have you ever read through the Old Testament and thought, "Geez, God seems a little harsh compared to that Jesus guy"? Well, Marcion of Sinope had that thought as well. In fact, he would have argued that they were completely different gods. Join Thomas and John as they explore Marcionism, a 2nd century heresy with lots and lots of fun heretical ide…
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A new MP3 sermon from Reformed Baptist Church of Fort Worth is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: #16 Response to the Gnostics (part 3) Subtitle: Church History Speaker: Michael Baker Broadcaster: Reformed Baptist Church of Fort Worth Event: Midweek Service Date: 2/7/2024 Length: 37 min.…
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In this episode, we are covering three more influential Christian Zionists to end our miniseries on the Christian Zionist movement of the late 1800s. George Gawler, Moses Montefiore, and Charles Churchill were three men born in different countries and different nationalities but used by God to Create the Jaffa settlement in what is today Israel. Ep…
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Only weeks before the Nazi party gained power over Germany in the 20th century, Dietrich Bonhoeffer preached a sermon titled "Overcoming Fear." Today, Stephen Nichols takes us back to this poignant moment in church history. Read the transcript: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/bonhoeffer-on-fear/ A donor-supported outreach of Ligonier Minist…
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In his July 1838 tithing revelation, the Lord both affirmed the law of consecration and modified the ongoing way in which the saints were expected to consecrate of their money and property. Rather than following the 1831 system outlined in D&C 42 of legally deeding all of their property to the bishop and receiving back from him a legal lease of pro…
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A new MP3 sermon from Orlando Reformed Presbyterian Church is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Justin Martyr: Lover of Truth Subtitle: Church History Speaker: Nathan Eshelman Broadcaster: Orlando Reformed Presbyterian Church Event: Sunday School Date: 2/5/2024 Bible: John 1:1-5 Length: 43 min.…
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A new MP3 sermon from Cloverdale Free Presbyterian Church B.C. is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: 11 - Creeds and Confessions Part 3 Subtitle: Church History Speaker: Rev. Andrew Fitton Broadcaster: Cloverdale Free Presbyterian Church B.C. Event: Sunday School Date: 1/21/2024 Length: 42 min.…
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David Brainerd was an 18th century colonial man for the people. We also have it on good authority that his pals called him 'Davey the Brain.' After running into obstacles on his path into pastoral leadership, David opted for a different calling: mission work to the Native Americans. Although his life would be cut short by illness, Brainerd's legacy…
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A new MP3 sermon from Reformed Baptist Church of Fort Worth is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: #15 Response to the Gnostics (part 2) Subtitle: Church History Speaker: Michael Baker Broadcaster: Reformed Baptist Church of Fort Worth Event: Midweek Service Date: 1/31/2024 Length: 33 min.…
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Throughout history, many painters have chosen biblical themes as the subject for their artwork. Today, Stephen Nichols describes five paintings that are housed at the Art Institute of Chicago. Read the transcript: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/5-pieces-of-art-from-chicago/ A donor-supported outreach of Ligonier Ministries. Donate: https:/…
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In the bustling days of Victorian England, one man stood out not for political power but for his profound influence on social legislation and a genuine commitment to Christian ideals. Anthony Ashley Cooper, later known as Lord Shaftesbury, earned a reputation as the "Evangelical of Evangelicals." His childhood shaped his life in parliament. We look…
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In the aftermath of the significant 1837 failure of the Church’s banking business in Kirtland, Ohio and the subsequent fallout with several Church leaders—including death threats—Joseph Smith and Sidney Rigdon fled Ohio to be with Church members in Far West, Missouri. Shortly thereafter, in April 1838, the Lord commanded the saints to build the Far…
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In today's podcast, Emma, Lucas, and Sophia begin their journey through the exciting time of the Protestant Reformation by discussing the life and teachings of Martin Luther with Professor Phillip Cary, author of the audio course Martin Luther, Gospel, Law, and Reformation. Was Luther really the spark for the Reformation? What made him stand out fr…
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A new MP3 sermon from Cloverdale Free Presbyterian Church B.C. is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: 12 - Creed and Confessions Part 4 Subtitle: Church History Speaker: Rev. Andrew Fitton Broadcaster: Cloverdale Free Presbyterian Church B.C. Event: Sunday School Date: 1/28/2024 Bible: Proverbs 23:23 Length: 35 min.…
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