Faithlife TV

4.1
94 reviews
10K+
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Everyone
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About this app

Faithlife TV is designed around short segments of sound teaching and interesting discussions about the Bible. The rotating selection includes segments from Logos Mobile Education, a seminary-level program featuring professors from schools like Wheaton College, Calvin Theological Seminary, Dallas Theological Seminary, and many others. Other segments include Bible character studies, book discussions, and even animated Bible verse art from our sister channel Bible Screen.

Watch Logos Mobile Education, Faithlife TV Live, Bible Screen, and more.
Updated on
Jul 29, 2021

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4.1
94 reviews
A Google user
January 3, 2020
I believe in the purpose of this app and that's the only reason I give the all two stars. Fix these four things: 1) Categories need to be a clickable search in and off themselves. 2) Terms need to be searchable theme rather than literal words in titles. 3) All basic subscription content needs to be more easily found and accessible in the app. 4) Casting to Chromecast needs to be accessible from the homepage instead of JUST in the media play window.
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Edwin Vargas
June 14, 2021
Very informative, reliable resources for every Christian desiring to grow deeper in his or her walk with the Lord and knowledge of His Word. Also a very helpful tool for evangelism and discipleship. Indeed, a great start up to wet the appetite of every serious Christ-follower's hunger for the Bible, Christian theology, church history, spiritual formation, etc. Keep up the good work! Thank you so much for making this free of charge. Soli Deo gloria!
10 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
November 21, 2018
Chromecast option doesn't show up until you're in a video. That makes this a non-starter. The apps needs to connect to Chromecast, not just the video.
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What's new

Minor bug fixes