Bahnsen audio

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Solo Christo

Puritan Board Freshman
I was wondering if anyone can point me to any free downloads of Greg Bahnsen's teaching, sermons, or debates. Here is all that I have so far...

Christian Education as Covenant
The Road to Rome: Was the Reformation Right?
War, Is it Ever Justified?
The Great Debate: Bahnsen vs Stein
Does God Exist?: Bahnsen vs Tabash

I realize that Covenant Media has pretty much all of his material. It's just that I simply don't have the funds right now to spend money on cd's or mp3 downloads (partly because I am trying to save the little extra I've got for Matt's books ;) ).

Thanks in advance.
 

BayouHuguenot

Puritanboard Clerk
That is about it, I think. The only other place I can think of, and you still have to pay, is mp3sermons, or something like that.
 

crhoades

Puritan Board Graduate
There are more available although I don't have the links right now...Evolution, Postmil, Tongues...I'll post them Monday when I get to work...
 

Solo Christo

Puritan Board Freshman
Originally posted by crhoades
There are more available although I don't have the links right now...Evolution, Postmil, Tongues...I'll post them Monday when I get to work...

Thanks Chris. I appreciate the help.
 

BayouHuguenot

Puritanboard Clerk
Paul recommended a while back Michael Martin Under the Microscope. He said it might be one of the top 3. I could only listen to the first two due to funds, but it is that good; I assure you. Only a few other times have I seen a human being appropriate logic in a practical manner that leaves you breathless at the end.
 

Solo Christo

Puritan Board Freshman
Many thanks fellas. My commute to work has gotten longer and I really need some listening material to pass the time productively. I appreciate it!
 

crhoades

Puritan Board Graduate
Oh yeah,

Check out Mt. Olive Tape Library. People have found them on Sermon Audio but if you send away for their catalogue they have a ton of Bahnsen including his 63 tape series on Revelation as well as his 81 tapes on Calvin's Institutes. Not to mention a whole lot more! All for .25 a piece rental.

I have around a 45 minute commute each way to work and can't say how much I've learned because of it (and Bahnsen).
 

Solo Christo

Puritan Board Freshman
Will do. My commute's about 45 min as well and I need to take as much advantage of the time as possible. I have only recently heard Bahnsen speak, though I have read him for quite some time. It's a world of difference. I am not a theonomist, but I find his arguments in general to be very precise and compelling. I get much from his teaching and his example of demeanor, focus, and composure.
 

BayouHuguenot

Puritanboard Clerk
In my opinion, he was a better speaker than writer, and I will put his writings up to anybody. The Stein massacre is a good example.
 

Solo Christo

Puritan Board Freshman
Originally posted by Draught Horse
In my opinion, he was a better speaker than writer,
I could not agree more. It's a rarity too--I can't think of many others who fall into that category. Maybe Bill Clinton :um:, but that's not saying much! :D
 

BayouHuguenot

Puritanboard Clerk
Originally posted by Solo Christo
For those interested, I found 3 more here.

Does their audio stilll work? I tried it a few days ago and Couldn't get it to download. But if you can, listen to Bahnsen's Law or Disgrace. It is the most powerful exhortation I have heard.
 

Solo Christo

Puritan Board Freshman
Originally posted by Draught Horse
Originally posted by Solo Christo
For those interested, I found 3 more here.

Does their audio stilll work? I tried it a few days ago and Couldn't get it to download. But if you can, listen to Bahnsen's Law or Disgrace. It is the most powerful exhortation I have heard.
Worked for me!
 

crhoades

Puritan Board Graduate
The second sermon on Law and Wisdom is very convicting and powerful. It would do well for anyone who leans theonomically to listen to Bahnsen convict those who have the law but don't know how to use it (or grace either!). For non-theonomists, it would also be good to listen to it as you will hear a preeminent theonomist acknowledge that there has been a lack of charity etc. from reconstructionists etc. Then there is just the general thrust of the sermon that needs to be heeded by everyone.

The other two are very good as well but for some reason the second one tore me up. (probably because I needed to hear it...)
 
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