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Kennedy Unthank

YouTube Channel Review

What’s the difference between a Roman Catholic and an Eastern Orthodox Christian?

How do the views of salvation and the sacraments differ among Protestant denominations?

What are the various views on eschatology—the study of the end times?

These questions and more—far more—are answered by Joshua Lindsey on his channel, Ready to Harvest.

Lindsey’s videos break down denominational differences in as neutral a way as possible. No matter what denomination you identify with, Lindsey will attempt to explain your denomination’s beliefs in such a way that you’d hopefully nod along with him.

And were you to read the comments on his videos left by people from those various denominations, you’d realize that there’s a lot of nodding going on.


Every Christian channel that we’ve reviewed has its own underpinning belief structure. We’ve reviewed channels that are Calvinist or Arminian, Charismatic or Cessationist, Covenantal or Dispensational. And while they all are united in the gospel, a channel’s videos will still be (intentionally or not) influenced by their creators’ varying views on these other issues.

But what makes Ready to Harvest so unique is that Lindsey won’t give you his opinion on the beliefs of each denomination. Instead, he strives for total neutrality so that you, the viewer, can understand the pure, unbiased facts.

Lindsey understands that, on a factual basis, at least one side of a mutually exclusive claim (i.e., paedobaptism versus credobaptism) has to be wrong. However, explaining the positions in a neutral manner will better equip his viewers to come to their own conclusions.

Additionally, in his video, “Four Groups You Might be Misrepresenting,” Lindsey explains another reason why he sticks to this method of explanation.

“By avoiding fairly representing someone and not addressing their strongest arguments, you actually leave a person more vulnerable to those arguments down the line,” he says. In other words, when someone realizes that they’ve been taught merely a strawman of what another denomination believes, they’re only going to wonder why their teacher didn’t want to provide them with the truth.

And if you’re wondering just how accurate Lindsey is, I can confidently state that he accurately described the beliefs of my denomination.

Finally, Lindsey only produces videos heavy on information, light on filler. In his words, “a 15-minute video should have 15 minutes of content.” Viewers can be confident that none of their time will be wasted when they watch Ready to Harvest.




Lindsey’s channel sticks to the facts. And while that may mean that some viewers will need to study up on some theological terms to keep up, it also means that they can be confident Lindsey’s personal biases won’t leak into the content he creates. If you want to learn more about Christian denominations and their beliefs, you probably won’t find a better channel than Ready to Harvest.

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.”