No Other Doctrine

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No Other Doctrine podcast is a prerecorded apologetics Bible answer show hosted by Pastor Scott Thom of Cross Christian Fellowship in Albuquerque, N.M.  It is recorded live on air and then formatted for podcast listening.  We seek to train you using this show as well as other resources to answer questions about Christianity and give reasons for your faith.  Topics include General Bible questions, Faith, Religion, Christian philosophy, Jesus, God, Cults, Theology, and so much more.

 

On the podcast home page the most recently posted shows will be at the top. You can check out each season in detail as they come available by clicking on it.  Select any single show to listen to the podcast then click the media play button at the bottom of the NOD logo to start your radio-on-demand broadcast.

 

No Other Doctrine is also on our YouTube Channel

 

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