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Kennedy Unthank

YouTube Channel Review

Your Bible study has wrapped up, you’ve all finished praying and you may already be asleep in bed.

Well, if Pastor Mike Winger began his Bible study at the same time as you did, his is probably still going.

Alright, we don’t claim to know Mike Winger’s Bible study habits. But his eponymous YouTube channel might make you think that’d be the case. For instance, Winger devoted around 39 hours to his study on everything dealing with women in ministry, from submission to head coverings. He’s got seven and-a-half hours’ worth of videos defending penal substitutionary atonement. And he’s got nearly seven hours just discussing what the Bible says about divorce and remarriage.

And as of posting, he’s answered around 2,300 live chat questions on his Friday streams.

But Winger doesn’t just cover issues in videos that take longer to watch than you have time for. He’s also got plenty of quicker videos, with many only taking a mere five minutes to watch.

Suffice to say, if you want a quick overview or to dive deep on a theological issue, Winger probably has a video for you.


Like any Christian YouTube channel we review, we don’t ever guarantee that you’ll agree with every conclusion to which the channel comes, and Mike Winger is no exception. However, it would be difficult to deny that Winger researches his videos meticulously. After all, you can’t exactly make the aforementioned 39-hour series by…erm…winging it.

And, like Got Questions, Winger offers a way for viewers to submit their own questions—no matter how specific—so that he can answer them. This provides an easier way for people to ask theological questions they might be too nervous to ask someone in person. And Winger almost always responds to each of these comments by bringing up relevant Bible verses, so anyone wondering about that question can interpret the relevant passage for themselves.

Winger is very humble in his conclusions, often reminding the viewer that he is fallible. He tries to represent positions he doesn’t personally hold as best as he is able, and he provides what he feels are the best arguments for those positions. It’s all done with an eye toward giving viewers a fuller understanding of the issue.




Winger is the “featured teacher” of BibleThinker, a ministry “dedicated to equipping people to think and live biblically.” According to the website, that goal is accomplished through teaching accurate theology, defending the Christian worldview and applying the Bible to our lives.

And that description aptly applies to Winger’s channel, too. Whether someone is in the mood for a quick answer or an extensive study, Mike Winger will guide viewers into a biblical interpretation by the end of the video.

Kennedy Unthank

Kennedy Unthank studied journalism at the University of Missouri. He knew he wanted to write for a living when he won a contest for “best fantasy story” while in the 4th grade. What he didn’t know at the time, however, was that he was the only person to submit a story. Regardless, the seed was planted. Kennedy collects and plays board games in his free time, and he loves to talk about biblical apologetics. He thinks the ending of Lost “wasn’t that bad.”