This is an informative podcast, but it is far from being unbiased or *scientifically* historical. It is done by a pastor, who knows his stuff, including his deeply Christian stuff. One needs to approach this podcast with a critical ear and a critical mind, and weigh the information presented carefully. The historical premises are accurate, but their evaluation is heavily slated towards the support of Christianity - understandably so, given the author's affiliation. Basically, in the evaluation of every historical event, Christians are good (even when they do horrible things, it's merely because of being misguided but with good intentions), members of every other religion - bad (even when there is no historiographic or archeological evidence for their inherent evil and immorality). However, if one wants to learn about the *religious* take on history of the Christian Church, this is the podcast to go to. IT presents an overview of the divisions in the church from its very beginnings, the relationship between states and the church in the middle ages, the history of several popes, etc. The sound quality is good, the length of each episode is reasonable, the voice quality of the podcaster is excellent, and the manner of narration is entertaining.