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Discussing the Biblical Doctrine of Salvation. Is Calvinism Correct? How about Arminianism? Or is the answer found somewhere in between? Sit in on our Online University Theology Classroom, Soteriology 101, as we unpack the doctrines of God's Amazing Grace. Other topics to include: Predestination, Election, Depravity, Atonement, Once saved always saved, and much more.
 
The Rebel Podcast is committed to a reformed theological understanding of God's word whose purpose is to equip Christians to engage the culture with a biblical worldview. Rebel Alliance Media hosts several content makers, bloggers and podcasts committed to this end. All our content can be found at rebelalliancemedia.com
 
The MLJ Trust presents original audio recordings of the sermons of Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981). Dr. Lloyd-Jones was a Welsh minister who preached and taught in the Reformed tradition. He is considered by many evangelical leaders today to be an authority on biblical truth and the sufficiency of Scripture. Dr. Lloyd-Jones’ principal ministry was at Westminster Chapel, in central London, from 1939-1968, where he delivered multi-year expositions on books of the bible such as Romans, Ephes ...
 
It’s 1520. Martin Luther has been declared a heretic by Pope Leo X, and his books are being burned. How much longer before Luther himself is thrown into the fire? Enter the German Reformer’s dramatic story with Luther: In Real Time. First released 500 years after the events described, this podcast allows you to walk in Martin Luther’s footsteps from his heresy charges to his famous stand for the authority of God’s Word at the Diet of Worms. Share this podcast with people of all ages so they ...
 
Doth Protest Too Much is a podcast on church history and the development of Protestant theology over the past several centuries. It is hosted by Episcopal priest Rev. Andrew Christiansen along with Stephen Burnett, Rev. Charlie Lehmann (Lutheran-LCMS), and Rev. James Rickenbaker (Episcopal). It also features interviews and discussions with world-class theologians and scholars of church history. We can be listened to on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube, & more. Follow us on Twitter @MuchDoth ...
 
RADIKAAL is a DIY podcast about the radical aspects of music, politics, and sports. Each episode, host Cas Mudde interviews one guest about a specific topic for about 30 minutes. Guests include academics, athletes, journalists, musicians, and politicians. In short, this is a podcast about fascists, punks, and ultras.
 
Vandal Factory is a theatre company and radio show made up of Natalie Quatermass and Henry Raby. Covering protest, poetry, theatre via interviews and reviews. With warmth, passion and humour they find those magic moments where art meets activism. Plus banginging tunes.
 
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A group of angry east coast farmers descended on Napier to protest against carbon forestry they say is destroying their towns. They left their placards on the steps of local MP Stuart Nash's office, who is also the Forestry Minister. But as our Hawke's Bay reporter Tom Kitchin reports, the minister was not there.…
 
Having moved to Joshua Tree after the 2011 Christchurch earthquake, husband-and-wife duo Maryrose and Brian Crook are back on home soil for a string of shows with their swirling psychedelic-rock act The Renderers. The five-date tour marks the pair's first proper New Zealand shows in 10 years and sees them joined by Lyttelton-based musicians Joe McC…
 
The world is not just seeing high oil prices, it is at the beginning of a fully-fledged energy crisis, says Helen Thompson, a professor of Political Economy at Cambridge University. Thompson's latest book Disorder: Hard Times in the 21st Century, explains the overlapping geopolitical, economic, and political shocks of recent years, showing how much…
 
With Australians heading to the polls this weekend, the race between incumbent prime minister and Liberal party leader Scott Morrison and the Labor Party's Anthony Albanese looks too close to call, following what has been called "an unedifying campaign". Barrie Cassidy is the former host of ABC's political commentary program Insiders and has covere…
 
A recent New Zealand parliamentary select committee inquiry into the Recognised Seasonal Employer scheme has heard serious allegations of exploitation of Pacific Island workers;The NZ government's 2022 wellbeing budget is delivering more money for Pasifika health and education but leaders of Pacific communites say it doesn't go far enough; After al…
 
Literally the most relaxed interview I've ever had. I had the absolute pleasure of sitting down with Pr. Ricky Beckett and recording probably the most chill interview in the world. We just kinda... talk. We cover everything from politics, to video games, to Lord of the Rings... It's great! I hope you enjoy listening to this as much as I enjoyed rec…
 
In May 1959, Kelso Cochrane, a carpenter who'd emigrated to Britain from Antigua, was knifed to death by a gang of white youths in West London. The unsolved murder came at a time of racial tension in the area and led to the first official inquiry into race relations in British history. For its part, the large Caribbean community in West London resp…
 
Australia is heading to the polls tomorrow to decide which party will run the country for the next three years. Its mandatory for every Australian aged 18 and over to register and vote and many have already done so in early voting with the Northern Territory leading the way at 32.4 per cent of the voting population having cast their ballot already.…
 
A rash, fever, headache, muscle aches, backache, swollen lymph nodes, chills and exhaustion - these are the symptoms of Monkeypox, a rare viral disease now infecting humans. So far there are no cases in New Zealand that we know about. Australia has confirmed its first case of monkeypox this afternoon with cases also being found in United States, Ca…
 
Northland's wine industry is expanding, the region produces a tiny fraction of New Zealand's but it now boasts 40 keen grape growers, up from just two in the 1980s. And, a new fish screening facility in mid-Canterbury prevents fish from entering the Rangitata diversion race intake at Klondyke and being swept into the 67km-long canal scheme.…
 
The former president of the Philippines Ferdinand Marcos Senior is thought to have plundered a huge amount of public money during military rule in the 1970s and 80s. He spent the fortune on foreign properties and the luxury lifestyle enjoyed by his wife, Imelda Marcos. American lawyer Robert Swift has spent decades trying to recover that money so i…
 
Now to Waimate, where a local icon has received a half million dollar makeover. The white horse on the hill above the South Canterbury town has been given a fresh coat of paint and is now surrounded by a series of paths and platforms to allow locals, and visitors alike, to enjoy the area's views. Our reporter Timothy Brown and camera operator Natha…
 
Thousands of lightning strikes, reports of tornadoes, freakishly high winds and hail the size of golf balls. For some it was a frightening and tragic start to Friday; a woman has died after being hit by a falling tree in Cambridge, while she was trying to shelter from a flash storm. And Levin locals were rocked by what they describe as a tornedo, t…
 
A last minute change to election rules that will allow all Australians with Covid to cast their vote has staved off court action as the lucky country prepares to go to the polls on Saturday. But more than three million people have made their choice and voted early. Prime Minister Scott Morrison is hoping to cling on to power, despite heavy criticis…
 
Pundits are tipping a hung parliament when voters hit the polls for the Australian Federal Election tomorrow. The Prime Minister, in the fight of his political life, has spent the final week of the campaign visiting marginal electorates. Many of the government seats are at real risk of falling to independents. Penny Sheffield reports from Sydney.…
 
Pharmac's been given its biggest ever Budget allowance - $191 million - but it falls well short of what patient advocates wanted. The drug buying agency would've needed around $400 million to clear its waitlist, which has about 130 applications. And as Louise Ternouth reports those with rare diseases are still fighting to even get a spot on the lis…
 
Some Levin growers have been hit hard in today's hail and thunder storm, with one likening the damage to a shot gun blast to the veges. Locals describe a mini tornado hitting early this morning, ripping trees up, roofs off and sending debris including a whole garage flying. MetService says over a period of six hours this morning there was about 12,…
 
The government says making public transport half price would cost $250 million a year. As part of the Budget, the policy's been extended permanently for Community Service Card holders, but only until August for everyone else. The Transport Minister says it's all about balance - and it isn't the only way to drive people onto buses and trains. Our po…
 
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