H.H. the Dalai Lama, the most prominent contemporary figure in Tibetan Buddhism, teaches regularly on a variety of topics ranging from entry level lectures to profound oral commentaries on seminal texts covering subjects such as Wisdom, Compassion, Ethics, Nature of the Mind, Buddhism and Science, and Meditation and Psychotherapy. His office does a great job making the teachings available through its official webcast. Now they are available in a podcast here as MP3 audio files encoded at 64Kbps mono. If you rather see video, check out the “Dalai Lama Video Teachings” podcasts (available in Standard Quality and High Quality).
By Casa Tibet Guatemala
The "A Word from the Holy Fathers" Podcast offers a weekly reflection on the writings of the Church Fathers, their significance, and their insights for the life of Orthodox Christians in every age.
By Archimandrite Irenei (Steenberg) and Ancient Faith Radio
The Lutheran Difference recently became a Radio Show! Broadcast WWBC and heard over much of central Florida, the show is still podcast here for all listeners, Lutheran and all people. We are still a show about what it means to be a Lutheran and how the Lutheran Church makes a Christian Difference. Not just a bible study, not just a church service on tape, the Lutheran Difference is a panel discussion on topics from salvation to theology to culture from a Law and Gospel perspective. If you've ever been confused about what it means to be a Christian, then look no further than Radical Grace to help you understand it all.
By Risen Savior Lutheran Church
Buddhist Geeks is a weekly audio show that presents groundbreaking interviews and discussions with Buddhist teachers, scholars, and advanced practitioners. Combining ancient wisdom with modern technology, Buddhist Geeks aims to catalyze a community of practitioners committed to awakening. Discover the emerging face of Buddhism.
The Zen-inspired teachings of Michael McAlister are currently reaching a global audience. His non-dogmatic, accessible, and often amusing style of teaching work to inspire the hearts and minds of his students. And, fortunately, there is usually a little laughter along the way.
By Michael McAlister