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Theology on the Go

By Jonathan Master

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Theology on the Go is a brief conversation on eternal truths with Jonathan Master, Executive Editor of, a voice of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. Each program features a pastor/theologian discussing key biblical doctrines in thoughtful and accessible ways. Theology on the Go will help you better understand the finer points of theology, while showing how relevant and important theology truly is for Christians today.

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One of my weekly companions.

I love this Podcast. My only complaint is that the episodes are too short. They have great discussions that are informative and challenging for me.

Great content

I look forward to these podcasts. The content is rich. The tone and attitude is just right too. The POV of this podcast is consciously Reformed without being on the silly side or on the top serious side. We want more.

Engaging Interviews on Interesting Topics

6/3/15: I'm updating this review to remark that audio quality has significantly improved over the last several months, making this an enjoyable and easily understandable podcast which earns a solid four stars from me.

The interviews themselves are on interesting topics with interesting people, and so I enjoy listening to them. That being said, the interviewees consistently have bad audio quality, and it sounds like they're just being recorded with the built-in computer mic. Sometimes it's just an annoyance since the mic has a lot of feedback, other times it makes it difficult to understand what they're saying. This would be a four-star podcast if not for the audio problems.

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