Bible Time

This podcast helps to understand the Bible. It is designed for people who are not satisfied with cheap answers.

Get answers to real questions and see how many things make sense after all. You will discover principles and truths that will open up the Bible and the history of Christianity in a meaningful way.

Benno Alexander Zuiddam is a traditional Christian scholar with doctorates in Theology and Classics.

01/23/2018 02:02 AM
Paul's Postscript to the Romans
Learn why one of the most influential letters in human history has a postscript.

10/27/2017 02:00 PM
Life of John Calvin
John Calvin was one of the most influential thinkers of the Age of the Reformation. Find out how faith was a leading principle in his life.

10/08/2017 08:47 AM
Understanding the Protestant Reformation of 1517
On 31 October 2017 Martin Luther published his 95 theses against abuses in the Catholic Church. This is generally considered as the start of the Protestant Reformation. This split in the Western Church wasn't a bolt from the blue. Four events from the year 1516 will help you understand the events in 1517 and the 500 years that followed, including our own times.

10/07/2017 12:21 PM
Is the Bible outdated in its teachings on female leadership?
"A text of terror." This is the way some theologians refer the apostle Paul's teachings on the role of women in Christianity. What does the Bible actually say?

10/07/2017 12:02 PM
Is Christ a Surname for Jesus?
Is Jesus Christ a name and surname? What is the meaning and background of these words? Also: Many Christian make the sign of the cross. What does it mean? and where does the custom come from?

10/07/2017 11:43 AM
Why did God kill lots of innocent Egyptians?
Did Pharaoh ever have a chance if God hardened his heart? Why did God kill thousands of innocent Egyptians in the final installment of the Ten Plagues? Find out and listen.

10/07/2017 11:30 AM
Actions speak louder than Words
Some Christians use wonderful religious words, but their lives don't seem to match up. Graceless actions invalidate the Bible's message. Thoughts from Isaiah 58 and Romans 2 and 3.