We live in a time of unparalleled resources and yet we seem to know less. Here are some places that may be helpful for you.
Two-age Sojourner (podbean.com) Two-Age Sojourner comes to you from New Zealand. Reformed Baptist pastors talking about a variety of Biblical and theological material.
Conversations That Matter on Apple Podcasts Conversations that matter with Jon Harris engages more cultural items from a biblical perspective. Beware he might criticize some of your favorite teachers.
No Compromise Radio Podcast on Apple Podcasts No Compromise Radio with Mike Abendroth is Biblical and provocative in a good way.
The Man of God on Apple Podcasts The Man of God particularly the Modern Marrow Men podcast will give you a great understanding of the basics of Christianity.
Luther: In Real Time (ligonier.org) Luther in Real Time is walking through some of the Life of Luther exactly 500 years after it happened. Usually about 12 minutes long.
5 Minutes in Church History with Stephen Nichols 5 Minutes in Church History is a good way to get interested in church history.
Just Thinking Podcast on Apple Podcasts Just Thinking Podcast by two guys who study what they are talking about very well, usually a longer podcast time wise, but worth it.
Credo Podcast on Apple Podcasts Credo podcast is sometimes more academic, but good quality.
Simply Put: A New Podcast That Explains Theology in Simple Terms (ligonier.org) Simply Put is a shorter podcast that explains terms and concepts in a clear way. A good resource for pastors and Sunday school teachers to.
Credo Magazine Credo Magazine is free online. There are videos as well as good written content. Matthew Barrett was one of my professors at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and he is putting out many good books as well.
https://tabletalkmagazine.com/ Table Talk from Ligonier is a monthly affordable devotional plus it has other articles in it. It is well done.
The Discipline of Grace – Jerry Bridges
The Gospel for Real Life – Jerry Bridges
The Holiness of God – R.C. Sproul
A God who Loves – John MacArthur
Council from the Cross – Dennis Johnson, Elyse Fitzpatrick
Trusting God – Jerry Bridges
Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God – J.I. Packer
Death in Adam, Life in Christ – J.V. Fesko
Living in God’s Two Kingdoms – David VanDrunen
Whatever Happened to the Gospel of Grace – James Boice
Biography is a good way to get started reading one series Theologians on the Christian Life Series | Crossway Articles “Theologians on the Christian Life” ed by Stephen Nichols and Justin Taylor have a plethora of biographies. The first chapter is biography, and the rest of the book introduces you to the thinking of someone from Augustine to Calvin to Wesley and many more. A good way to be introduced to people in church history and theology.
Children’s Books are good for adults to.
The Big Picture Story Bible - David Helm
The Gospel Story Bible – Marty Machowski
Long story short and short story long – Marty Machowski
Good News for Little Hearts - CCEF
The SLJ Institute – S. Lewis Johnson was one of MacArthur’s favorite. He was a long-time professor at Dallas Theological Seminary and pastor at Believer’s chapel.
Home | Martyn Lloyd-Jones Trust (mljtrust.org) Martyn Lloyd Jones was a Welsh Protestant minister, preacher and medical doctor who was influential in the Reformed wing of the British evangelical movement in the 20th century. For almost 30 years, he was the minister of Westminster Chapel in London.
Reformed Theology (jvfesko.com) JV Fesko has been a pastor and seminary professor. He is capable of making difficult things understandable.
These will hopefully get you started, there are of course many other good resources. We all have favorite Bible teachers. None of these people are perfect. Hopefully as you study the Scriptures, these other voices and ministries will help you along the way. Your local church is the most important place to hear the preaching of the Word.
Jay Wipf is a former student of Coalt Robinson and attended Grace University where he earned his degree in Christian Education. Jay is currently studying at Reformed Baptist Seminary in the comfort of his home in Huron, SD. By grace and at Grace he met his beautiful wife Rachel, and they now have three young children. Jay and his family live in Huron where he works in facilities at a local credit union and serves within the local church.