Theology and Ethics

Theology and Ethics Podcasts

Last Updated on 19 December, 2022 by Andrew Goddard

There are an enormous number of podcasts providing helpful and thoughtful input on issues relating to theology and Christian ethics. This is my ongoing attempt to develop a catalogue of these using an Airtable database. There are currently just over 100 different podcasts and over 15,000 episodes in the database with episodes being added regularly as they appear.

If you spot errors or gaps or wish to provide feedback or to suggest other podcasts please use the comments to do this.

The data is presented in two formats – a grid and a gallery – and each of these are able to be sorted and filtered by their various fields. In a gallery, clicking on any entry should open up a card with the details for that entry visible. In a grid, if you put the mouse next to the row number on the left side an expand record option should appear to get the same information. I hope to add more information on how to use the databases to find information but would suggest to find podcasts on a particular subject or relating to a particular person you filter the episodes database on its “Episodes” field and “Episodes Summary” field (the latter is obviously more detailed but not every podcast has a summary).

Podcasts (Alphabetically ordered by default)

Podcast Episodes (Most Recent first)

The default sorting of the gallery and the grid is by the date of each episode with the most recent episodes therefore at the top. If you wish to see which episodes have been added to the database most recently (including older podcasts) you should use the Sort option to sort by Entry Date.

Divorce and Remarriage: Resources

This page provides a range of contemporary resources in relation to the ethics of divorce and marriage after divorce during the lifetime of a former spouse. They are best used alongside the resources on the theology and ethics of marriage. Most, but not all, of these are available online (some though requiring a subscription to be accessed).