Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Mar 21, 2008.
And, your answer is?
I listen to some of them some of the time on Christian radio here in Spokane. Why only "some" -- because I am a delivery driver, I can only catch 5 to 10 minutes at a time. That being the case, I usually listen to another Christian station that plays mostly music -- since I can often listen to the entire song! I miss some of what a speaker is saying, and cannot make sense of the rest of his/her talk.
You left off Adrian Rogers. That would be another one of my choices.
I guess at some point I have listened to all of them.
If you have time at home you might try oneplace.com . Several of those listed and on the site.
None of the above.
I gave up on radio and TV preachers a long time ago.
Have you noticed that when these 'preachers' talking about our using money for God's work they always give their own address?
I don't usually listen to preaching on the radio or online but sometimes I'll listen to DH's iPod with Andy Stanley on it. He's excellent.
I enjoy listening to Andy Stanley. But I am like most of those who have posted I do not listen to speakers on the radio that much.
I also enjoy Tony Evans from time to time.
Listen to them? apart from James Dobson (if he is the same James Dobson who wrote books on counselling), I have not even heard of them. Are they all American?
Chuck Swindoll when I get the chance. The others I run from.
I have to admit there are several I have never heard of as well.
I do not usually listen to an entire sermon but occasionally I catch a part online. I like J. Macarthur, and one that is not on the list Alistair Begg.
Those and more when I listen to Moody.
None, although I have a book or two by Swindoll and Dobson.
Uh...what were the choices again? I really enjoy Chip Ingraham, and in fact I just finished reading his book God As He Longs For You To See Him. I recommend this book to everyone. I learned so much from it.
I also really like David Jeremiah.
Those are my two favorites. I have listened to Swindoll sometimes, and I have read his book The Grace Awakening. It's pretty Good.
I used to listen to Chuck Swindoll and Chip Ingram when i lived in Louisville, as well as Allister Begg; but now there aren't any teachers i can hear on the radio here. :tear:
You can hear Allistair Begg online, at: http://tbcwyoming.com/?page_id=7
I don't listen to preachers on the radio or TV. If they are going to teach me something, they will have to look me in the face. And that's the way it is.
I'm just wondering - not being argumentative or critical - Is that because you feel they might be trying to deceive you in some way if they cannot look you in the face? I know that there are Christians in many parts of the world who do not have easy access to biblically sound preaching, and who therefore value the fact that they can hear it via radio or internet. Also, (and I know this sounds facetious, but it is not meant in that way), do you only read Christian books that have a picture of the author on the cover? But that would do no good in this case, because even with a picture, the author would be unable to "look you in the face" .
Sure, brother Lamb. If there are people in the world who do not have a preacher to talk to, by all means find a sermon on TV or radio. That would be better than nothing. I want preachers to look at my face while talking to see if it is really what they truely believe in their hearts. If they cannot make eye contact with anyone, I begin to suspect the whole sermon is based on a false belief, and I will quickly ignore it. Honestly, I don't read books written by anyone, religious wise. It contains a lot of errors, and only one person's opinion. I'm still taking baby steps here, and I don't need any false paths to wander down and end up lost.