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Great theological resources

27 Sep

So what are you listening to these days? This is a common question, right? We like to know what other people are listening to. What’s in your CD player? What’s on your playlist? What’s on your ipod? For me, I have been listening to Bob Dylan, Chris Tomlin, and Timothy Tennant. You probably know the first two guys, but who is Timothy Tennant? Is he the new lead singer for the Stone Temple Pilots? Not exactly. Timmy is a missions professor at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. I have been listening to his lecture series: Introduction to Islam.

I have stumbled across two wonderful places to get quality, theological teaching from biblically conservative guys who know there stuff. And let’s face it, it is easier and quicker to listen to their lectures than to read their books or obscure journal entries. These are great theological resources…it is the same stuff you would get by attending a seminary class and it is free. Here are the two links:

Biblicaltraining.org
This site is a hard to navigate, but once you register, you can download MP3s on a variety of theological topics. I have listened to one lecture by Bruce Ware and I will eventually download his whole Systematic Theology course. This is also where I got Tennant’s lectures on Islam.

Covenant Worldwide
This is provided by Covenant Seminary in St. Louis. Holy cow, there is a ton of great stuff here. It is easier to navigate and allows you to download lectures as a podcast. God bless those Presbyterians! God bless iTunes!

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Posted by on September 27, 2006 in Theology

 

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