Free online exegetical teaching?

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FedByRavens

Puritan Board Freshman
Recently I've decided to press deeper into study, and I'm fairly new to reformed theology. Are there good any online audio resources that are more like lectures than sermons? I've been using Grace to You for a while and It's been very helpful, but I'd like to hear several reformed perspectives rather that just sticking to one teacher.
 

JohnGill

Puritan Board Senior
Reformed Theological Seminary offers free lectures from their classes on iTunes.

TNARS.net has free resources for their classes.
 

FedByRavens

Puritan Board Freshman
Thanks Chris. I've been kind of tinkering around with TNARS.net lately, but haven't thought about it in a while. Thanks for reminding me.

I just found Solid Food Media, it looks pretty good too.
 

JohnGill

Puritan Board Senior
I think Westminster also offers course for free on iTunes.

For apologetics, type in Greg Bahnsen Myth of Neutrality. Youtube has a copy of I think. I'm not sure if it's bootlegged or not, and if it is it is worth buying. The DVD comes with a study booklet which worked out well a few years ago.
 

Jake

Puritan Board Senior
Here are links to seminary lectures from three reformed seminaries: Resources: Courses - The Gospel Coalition

Some other seminaries have online classes as well. For example, here are some resources from Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, but not as many as the other schools: http://elgg.puritanseminary.org/?page_id=140
Also check this link: Monergism MP3

That link has audio resources sorted by topics, including lectures, presentations, and sermons about everything you could imagine, all from a reformed perspective.
 

Pilgrim

Puritan Board Doctor
From a strict Reformed standpoint he really isn't any more Reformed (or confessional with regard to covenant theology) than MacArthur, but there are a ton of messages by the late S. Lewis Johnson posted online. That came to mind because most of them are more of the lecture style that you are looking for as many of them were given during mid-week Bible classes. He is more in-depth than MacArthur, (even sight reading the Greek occasionally!) speaks in a Charlestonian (SC) accent and is perhaps more humorous as well, for what it's worth. Monergism has a lot of them linked and that may not be the half of what is available. I suspect they probably linked the messages and series that were considered to be the most Reformed (or least objectionable) from their standpoint.

I haven't looked in a while, maybe not in a couple of years, but as noted above, several seminaries have lectures and/or conferences posted online and freely available. A lot of them are in iTunes. I'm guessing Monergism has some or all of those linked too. I know that the Systematic Theology lectures of Dr. Douglas Kelly of RTS are available in iTunes.
 
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