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Megiddo Radio is a radio and research ministry of Megiddo Films that is dedicated to serving the Lord Jesus Christ and to preaching the gospel to a lost and fallen world. Megiddo Radio has expert guests on the show who have shared their knowledge of the Bible on subjects such as Roman Catholicism and other apostasies from the Christian religion. We pray that this show will be a blessing to the listeners and that it will strengthen your faith in the Word of God, the Bible.

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    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.0, 23 Ratings

Megiddo Radio is a radio and research ministry of Megiddo Films that is dedicated to serving the Lord Jesus Christ and to preaching the gospel to a lost and fallen world. Megiddo Radio has expert guests on the show who have shared their knowledge of the Bible on subjects such as Roman Catholicism and other apostasies from the Christian religion. We pray that this show will be a blessing to the listeners and that it will strengthen your faith in the Word of God, the Bible.

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Kammypop ,

Great podcast

One of my favorite go-to podcasts for reformed theology that doesn’t waver. True bible teacher; except that silly dogma of allegory that disputes the book of Revelation. Does not use allegory for creation!

Zachattack777 ,

Racist Identity Politics Episode

This was my first episode I listened to of this podcast and after doing so, I left feeling disappointed. After searching up stuff about Lecrae, I came across this episode which focuses on Lecrae's interview on the podcast Truth's Table and the recent John Piper article about Lecrae (give both your attention!). This episode generalizes and assumes a lot about Lecrae that he either doesn't say or isn't true (for example, attributing him saying white people cant be racist or him adopting a "thuggery, gangsta rap persona"). It doesn't handle the material well, opting to give simple answers to complex and nuanced issues. The parts I did enjoy was the small commentary on the alt-right movement, but it doesn't do Lecrae, Truth's Table, or their fans a service in the way they are talked about. The episode could have been a lot better by bringing in different views and perspectives on Lecrae's shift in his style and delivery of Christian hip-hop as well as racial issues and Black Lives Matter, but it focuses more on critique and fear rather than seeking to understand. I can appreciate that the podcast talks about these things, but I don't appreciate the way in which it was done. If you want to hear from more balanced perspectives on this, read Lecrae's book Unashamed, listen to Truth's Table, and listen from multiple Christian voices on the subject.

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