1. ToddCast—Todd Starnes
Todd Starnes, who used to work at Fox News, has a daily radio show about politics and culture. He mixes comedy with his political commentary for a fun, informative show. Todd is a conservative, and he’s not afraid to stand for conservative principles and Biblical truth. Todd’s podcast offers a great alternative to the mainstream media’s liberal lies.
2. The Rebellion—Dr. Everett Piper
Dr. Everett Piper served as President of Oklahoma Wesleyan University and wrote Not a Daycare: The Devastating Consequences of Abandoning Truth. In his podcast, he offers conservative commentary on issues in our culture from a Christian perspective. He emphasizes the importance of truth and the impact that ideas have on our society.
3. Sandy Rios in the Morning
Sandy Rios hosts a conservative, Christian radio show on American Family Radio every morning in which she discusses political and cultural news. She stays on top of national as well as state races. She is a fighter, and she believes in speaking the truth boldly and clearly.
4. New Discourses—James Lindsay
James Lindsay exposes the woke, marxist infiltration of our schools, churches, and society. He does deep dives into works from marxists like Paulo Freire and Herbert Marcuse. This is a very informative podcast that will open your eyes to what is happening, especially in academia.
5. Newt’s World
Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the House, was co-author of the Contract with America. He was instrumental in the 1994 Republican takeover of the House of Representatives. Newt talks politics and usually has a guest on each episode. You’ll get insider information and expert analysis in this podcast.
6. Conversations that Matter—Jon Harris
Author and speaker Jon Harris talks about how CRT and social justice have infiltrated the Southern Baptist Convention and other denominations. If you are a Christian who is concerned about the state of the church in America, there’s no better podcast than this one. It’s one of my favorites.
7. The Victor Davis Hanson Show
Victor Davis Hanson is a classics professor at California State University Fresno and visiting professor at Hillsdale College, as well as a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Two different people, Jack Fowler and Sami Winc, alternate hosting episodes to ask him questions, which gives him the opportunity to share his down-to-earth, common sense, conservative commentary on current affairs as well as his deep knowledge of history, especially of Ancient Greece. Highlights of the podcasts include Victor’s assessment of the state of California, his experiences in farming, his appreciation for blue-collar workers, and his disdain of academic and media elites.
8. The Federalist
The Federalist is a conservative website and podcast that discusses political and cultural issues from a conservative perspective. Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky interviews guests in an in-depth discussion on a certain topic. Other hosts also appear on the podcast. This podcast reflects the perspective of the younger generation of conservatives.
9. Love Worth Finding with Adrian Rogers
Adrian Rogers was the pastor at Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis as well as President of the Southern Baptist Convention. He was also instrumental in the conservative resurgence in the denomination. He had a television and radio ministry called Love Worth Finding. Each episode in this podcast consists of one of Adrian Rogers’ sermons (or part of one). He was a powerful and dynamic preacher, and his sermons still speak to people today.
10. Through the Psalms—Wesley Provine
Nothing like a shameless plug. How could I provide a list of recommended podcasts and not include my own? Through the Psalms is exactly what it sounds like—a journey through the Book of Psalms. Each episode covers a different psalm. I introduce the psalm, read it, and then exegete it.