DO IT!Quality, I have been thinking about buying an MP3 player to listen to sermons but not sure if i should bother...
Richard,Quality, I have been thinking about buying an MP3 player to listen to sermons but not sure if i should bother...
Well this is embarasing...what are podcasts?Richard,
Just remember that SermonAudio is not the only reason to get an MP3 player. I fill my hours up with Podcasts and none of them are from SermonAudio.
Podcasts are like Sermon Audio but Sermon Audio is just one of thousands of places on the Internet where people record something, place it online, and then allow you to subscribe to regular content.
In which Misty argues for Christians to allow for Gay Civil Union.My wife Misty is a writer and homeschooler. She runs a website and a blog in which she reflects on the relationship between homosexuality and Christianity: Musings On and More Musings On.
There are excellent sermons available, brother! My iPod is one of the best investments I've ever made! I've got lectures on systematic theology, ethics( all three branches: normative, situational, and personalistic ), history of philosophy, Christian philosophy, Church history, economics, apologetics, exegetical studies, Bible surveys, debates( Gun control, Existence of God, Trinity vs Modalism, homosexuality, JWs, Open theism, Islam/Judaism/Christianity, etc ), university lectures, seminary lectures, you name it, I've got it.
It's simply the best idea ever, in my opinion, if you've got any time to kill away from home. I love to listen to lectures or podcasts while driving at my construction job; I listen to probably about 4 or 5 hours on a good day, while getting paid! Of course it doesn't always make sense for me to listen to lectures and thereby be distracted, but when you can, you simply should. Ohhhhhhh, do it, do it, do it, do it, do it, do it, do it, do it, do it!!!
I'm not saying he's a banned topic. I just think that if you want to show that Kline's theology is worthy of consideration, you can do better than a guy whose wife advocates gay civil union and a man who quit the ministry (OPC) in lieu of accepting the discipline of the Church in which he took a vow to uphold the WCF.Thank you, Rich. I was unsure of his status here. None of his mp3s are pushing a gay agenda, and I appreciate his fervor for Meredith Kline' perspective.
Interesting you say that; on Wednesday past I was at our housegroup social where the leader chose a book review on Wilson's literature on marraiage entitled "Promises for Future Men" from The Briefing. He did not know who Wilson was so I made it clear.I listen to Doug Wilson occassionally but I don't recommend him to anyone.