Jim Wallace, who has appeared on the Stand to Reason radio show, has an excellent apologetics podcast, including great information regarding Mormonism. You can subscribe to the RSS feed or download individual episodes here: Please Convince Me Podcast.
One note: There are some “mobile podcasts” where Jim recorded the episode while driving. Although a great use of his time, the background noise can be a bit distracting
There is also a blog here.
Dr. William Lane Craig has a podcast concerning Christian apologetics and theology, along many of the topics in his book, Reasonable Faith. Both of these resources are highly recommended. Unlike the more commercially-produced Reasonable Faith podcast, this one includes recordings from his Sunday School class.
Stand to Reason hosts a podcast of Greg Koukl’s weekly radio show.
This podcast rebroadcasts our weekly radio program. Our purpose is to help Christians think more clearly about their faith and to help them make an even-handed, incisive, yet gracious defense for classical Christianity. Released every Monday.
Dr. William Lane Craig has a podcast concerning Christian apologetics and many of the topics in his book, Reasonable Faith. Both of these resources are highly recommended.
Reasonable Faith Podcast.
As part of the Center for Global Apologetics (of the Liberty Theological Seminary), Ergun Caner, President of Liberty Theological Seminary and Graduate School, debates representatives of various cults in an informal interview-style format. In front of a live audience, Caner invited leaders of such groups of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, Mormons, Baha’I and other, to speak directly to evangelicals. Instead of lecturing about world religions, this series was designed to speak to them, and to engage various systems with the truth claims of the Gospel. This is an entirely unique approach, and one that has generated more interest than we expected. As a result, these debates are now available online for you.
This is a truly gracious and non-confontational series of interviews with other religious groups. It is not a debate regarding which religion is better, but a unique opportunity to listen to others explain their own religions in a comfortable setting.