Archive for the ‘Mp3’ Category

I’ve been listening to Grace to You’s podcasts.  John MacArthur went over the schedule in the beginning of 10/1’s podcast, saying after completing the more advanced “Doctrines of Grace” they’ll be “going in reverse,” by going back to the basics from October 8th to 17th. Then GTY will broadcast from October 18th to 19th a message called, “A Nation Abandoned by God” orginally given on the National Day of Prayer in Colorado Springs in May that received strong feedback from an airing on Focus on the Family. The message leads into “God’s Word to an Ungodly Society” from October 22 to 27, and ending October with 29th’s “Real Meaning of Christmas.” You can find all the details on GTY’s radio calendar.

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I haven’t had a chance to look or listen to them yet, but Reformed Theological Seminary providing a large number of mp3s and videos available through iTunes U to promote virtual RTS. Located in iTunes new section, “Itunes U” offers audio and video recordings from universities such as UC Berkeley, Yale, MIT, Duke, Cal Tech including lectures, commencement addresses (most popular being Steve Jobs at Stanford) .

I thought I’d include a preliminary survey of what RTS offers currently:

  • RTS Virtual Campus Resources (4 Movies)
    • Distance Education
    • Technology
    • Contemporary Churches
    • New Students in Seminary
  • RTS Virtual Courses
    • Old Testament
      • Genesis through Joshua by Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr. (29 Tracks)
      • Judges through Poets by Dr. John Currid (37 Tracks)
      • Isiah through Malachi by Dr. Richard Belcher, Jr. (34 Tracks)
    • New Testament
      • Gospels and Acts by Dr. Knox Chamblin (48 Tracks)
      • Pauline Epistles by Dr. Knox Chamblin (47 Tracks)
      • Hebrews through Revelation by Dr. Simon J. Kistemaker (45 Tracks)
    • Church History
      • History of Christianity I by Dr. Frank A. James III (32 Tracks)
      • History of Christianity II by Dr. Frank A. James (30 Tracks)
      • The Church and the World by Dr. W. Andrew Hoffecker (27 Tracks)
      • History and Theology of the Puritans by Dr. J.I. Packer (16 Tracks)
      • History of Missions by Dr. Samuel H. Larsen (35 Tracks)
    • Practical Theology
      • Disabilities and the Church (29 Tracks)
    • Theology
      • Intro to Pastoral and Theological Studies by Dr. Richard L. Pratt, Jr. (23)
      • History of Philosophy and Christian Thought by Dr. John M. Frame (36)
      • Theological Foundations by Dr. Derek W.H. Thomas (24)
      • Systematic Theology I by Dr. Douglas F. Kelly (38)
      • Systematic Theology II by Dr. Douglas F. Kelly (20)
      • Systematic Theology III by Dr. Douglas F. Kelly (38)
      • Pastoral and Social Ethics by Dr. John M. Frame (43)
      • Christan Apologetics by Dr. John M. Frame (26)
      • C.S. Lewis by Dr. Knox Chamblin (26)
  • RTS Chapel Messages
    • RTS Charlotte Chapel Messages (18)
      • Fall 2007
      • Spring 2007
      • Fall 2006
    • RTS Jackson Chapel Messages (23)
      • Spring 2007 (12)
      • Fall 2006 (11)
    • RTS Orlando Chapel Messages
      • Fall 2007 (4)
      • Spring 2007 (10)
      • Fall 2006 (11)
  • RTS Events
    • Seminar Series
      • Crass Plagiarism? The Problem of the Relationship of the Old Testament to the Ancient Near Eastern Literature by Dr. John D. Currid(3)
      • New Perspective on Paul by Dr. D.A. Carson(3)
      • Roles & Relationships in Pastoral Ministry by Dr. John Sittema (3)
      • Worship Wars, Holy Kisses, and Names for God: An Evangelical Model for Contextual Theologizing by Dr. Steve Strauss (3)
      • The Calvin I Never Knew by Dr. Frank A. James III (4)
    • Westminister Confession for Today
      • 2007 Westminister Confession for Today (4)
      • 2006 Westminister Confession for Today (4)
    • Commencement Addresses
      • RTS Charlotte Commencement Addresses by Dr. Mark E. Ross (1)
    • Special Events
      • A Memorial Service for Dr. Harold O.J. Brown (1)
      • Open Theism Debate by James White and John Sanders (1 Movie)
      • Joni and Friends by Joni Eareckson Tada(2 Movies)
      • Bethesda Rehabilitiation Ministry (2 Movies)
  • RTS Online Resources
    • Promotional Videos (3 Movies)
      • RTS Institutional – Video Presentation (12 Min.) (1 Movie)
      • Short – Study, Pray
      • Short – Quiet Voice
    • RTS Brochures (4 Tracks in PDF)
      • Learning At Jesus’ Feet
      • Studying Theology as a Servant of Jesus
      • What is Reformed About Reformed Theological Seminary
      • Westminister Confession Today

Right now I’m trying to download all the Theology (except for C.S. Lewis which I’ll download later), NT, OT, and Church History lectures.

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This audio from Unchained Radio is worth buying and saving on your hard drive if you follow the rational responders

Brian Culter on Rational Responders stated on National TV that they would debate anybody

Paul Manata inquire for a debate and this show is about his request for a debate with the Rational Responders and what did not happened


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Christian Pastor Gene Cook debates Atheist Steve Scianni on August 5th, 2007.

Online for free for a limited time.

I have yet to listen to this debate…

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This is the preaching of Dr. Bahnsen on this very topic; though it was years ago, it is eerily timely….

As a courtesy, we recommend those who want to see more lectures by Bahnsen in other areas to visit CMF.

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You can download the debate

Part 1 | Part 2

(HT: JT)

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Update: D.A Carson Mp3


This is a more extensive collection of Carson’s sermons than the previously posted one by myself.

(HT: AN)

The Use of the OT in the NT


Emergent Church


So-Called New Perspective on Paul Critiqued

Love of God

Vision of a Transcendent God

The Book of Revelation

Jesus and the Cross

Other Sermons

Other Lectures

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 This has been of interests for me lately.


THe audio to the Free Pod Cast is for a limited time. Its a discussion between Gene Cook and a guy that leans more Evidential.

More could be expanded upon it, which I hope to discuss and cover here in blog-bit size, as time goes on.

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Children Desiring God and Bethlem Baptist Church are hosting a conference for leaders of Children’s minstries:

“We have planned a number of seminars designed to provide practical help and encouragement that we trust will benefit parents, teachers, leaders, and all who are invested in ministry to children.”

For full details, check out their website, which includes a PDF brochure and mp3/video by John Piper.

April 26th to 28th, 2007 – Children Desiring God 2007 Conference
Topic: Standing on the Truth: How Great a Salvation
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Speakers: John Piper, Wayne Grudem, C.J. Mahaney, David Michael, and “a number of gifted seminar leaders”

Seminars on date of posting:

  • Vision-Driven Children’s Ministry Leadership
  • Recruiting & Retaining Volunteers
  • Partnering with Parents
  • Nursery Ministry & Teaching Toddlers
  • Preparing & Teaching Preschool Lessons
  • Introduction to CDG Curriculum & Sequence
  • Lesson Preparation & Presentation
  • Preparing & Leading Application Time
  • Leading Children in Worship
  • Teaching Youth: Watch Out for Your Method
  • Presenting the Gospel to Children
  • Theology of Salvation Q&A
  • Preparing Children to Hear the Gospel

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Audio Resources

If you want sermons from Jonathan Edwards, SermonAudio.com currently hosts 81 mp3s of sermons and books written by Jonathan Edwards.

Online Text Resources

Also Reformed.org has the following articles by Jonathan Edwards:


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For a limited time,

Unchained radio has up on their blog, their first Annual Atheist Award


Go over, and listen to the show!

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Michael Butler a former “Timothy” of Greg Bahnsen delivered these apologetics seminar at New Horizon United Reformed Church, Canada. He is currently a dean at Christ College, VA and also a professor at Bahnsen Theological Seminary.


The lectures,

  1. An Introduction to Christian Apologetics MP3
  2. The War of The Worldviews MP3
  3. Strategy and Method of Discipleship Acts 18 Mp3
  4. The Certainty of God’s Existence MP3
  5. Presuppositionalism in Paul’s Address to the Athenians Acts 17 MP3
  6. Presuppositionalism and the Westminster Confession of Faith MP3


Also, Chalcedon’s Chris Ortiz interviews Michael Butler on the life and work of Greg Bahnsen and the meaning and application of the Transcendental Argument for God’s existence. Listen to the podcast


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These great videos are collected by the apologia project.

Unlocking The Mystery Of Life

Take a fascinating journey to the interior of a single living cell—an elaborate microscopic world bearing the hallmarks of intelligent engineering. Featuring state-of-the-art computer animation and insight from expert scientists and scholars, this compelling video (by Illustra Media) examines an idea with the power to revolutionize our understanding of life … and to unlock the mystery of its origin.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.

The Privileged Planet: The Search for Purpose in the Universe
Building upon the overwhelming success of Unlocking the Mystery of Life (widely acclaimed as the most effective refutation of Darwinian theory, ever produced), Illustra Media presents The Privileged Planet. This hour-long documentary explores the scientific evidence for intelligent design and purpose in the universe. In the process, Earth is revealed as far more than the product of time, chance, and random natural processes.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.

Icons of Evolution (documentary)
Are students learning the whole truth about Darwin’s theory of evolution?

According to a growing number of scientists, the surprising answer is no. They claim that many of the most famous “Icons of Evolution”–including Darwin’s “Tree of Life,” finches from the Galapagos Islands, and embryos that look remarkably similar–are based on outdated research and sloppy logic. They say students are being hurt by the failure to present both sides of an emerging scientific debate over Darwin’s theory. Come explore this fascinating new conflict over evolution in the classroom–a conflict based on science, not religion. Learn about the controversy that engulfs one town when a teacher actually tries to tell students that some scientists disagree with Darwin. From the Galapagos Islands to China, Icons of Evolution (Coldwater Media) will take you on a fast-paced, fascinating journey into one of the most controversial issues in today’s public arena.

Watch it now using RealPlayer.

The Incorrigible Dr. Berlinski
David Berlinski was raised in New York City, educated at Columbia College and received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Princeton University. He later became a Fellow of the Faculty in Mathematics and a Post Doctoral Fellow in molecular biology at Columbia University. He has taught philosophy, mathematics, and English at Stanford, Rutgers, Columbia, the Universite de Paris at Jussieu, the University of Puget Sound, the University of Santa Clara, San Jose State University and San Francisco State University. He has been a fellow at both the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis and the Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques. He is the author of works on systems analysis, differential topology, theoretical biology, analytic philosophy, and the philosophy of mathematics, as well as the author of ”A Tour of the Calculus,” “The Advent of the Algorithm,” and “Newton’s Gift.” Berlinski is currently a Senior Fellow with Discovery Institute. The producers of the critically acclaimed documentary “Icons of Evolution” recently sat down for an interview with Dr. Berlinski. The interview was a lucid and entertaining critique of Darwinian evolution. Some will find him persuasive, others simply inflammatory. Perhaps the best way to describe him would be from one of the nation’s leading advocates of “Darwin-only Education” She called him ‘incorrigible.’

Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Voyage Inside The Cell
Voyage Inside the Cell is a 15-minute animated journey through the cell that leaves the viewer stunned with the amazing complexity and information content of the living cell. The haunting music and soothing female narration leaves you feeling like you have just stepped off a Disney ride at the end.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


A Question of Origins
During the past century, much of the world has accepted the theory of Evolution as fact. Yet the molecules-to-man theory has no direct evidence to support it at all. Origins provides overwhelming evidence in favor of Creation. The theory of Evolution has been applied to most scientific fields and this video thoroughly exposes the blind speculation and evolutionary bias in three of these areas of science including: Cosmology, Chemistry, and Biology. This visually rich, full production reveals conclusive evidence that the universe and all life were created by a Supernatural Being, and that the God of the Bible is that Creator. Features widely-traveled Creationist speaker, Roger Oakland, who makes the issues easy-to-understand for laypeople. Various scientific experts share evidence and proofs.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


The Blind Watchmaker
In this lecture, Professor Johnson summarizes the major conflicts between neo-Darwinian theory and natural science including the Cambrian explosion and the existence of biomolecular systems of irreducible complexity.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


On The Origin Of Life
Dr. Dean Kenyon, author of Biochemical Predestination, discusses problems he sees with current origin of life scenarios and explores why unguided chemical reactions might have inhibited a purely materialistic origin of life on Earth. The Focus on Origins series is sponsored by UC Santa Barbara.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


On The Origin Of Life II
In this exclusive interview, Dr. Charles Thaxton challenges the assumption that time, chance, and natural processes are sufficient to explain the origin of life. Presented by UCSB as part of the Focus on Origins series.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


On Darwinism
In this fascinating interview, UC Berkeley’s Professor Johnson offers his unique insight into the philosophical basis of modern Darwinian theory and the many scientific problems which confront it. With his breadth of knowledge and keen intellect, he brings a fresh perspective to the timeless issue of origins. Presented by UCSB as part of the Focus on Origins series.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


On Darwinism II
The latest interview from the Focus on Origins series spotlights Dr. Michael Denton, author of Evolution: A Theory in Crisis and Nature’s Destiny. Dr. Denton’s scientific critique of neo-Darwinian mechanisms argues for the need for further research in biology.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Irreducible Complexity: The Biochemical Challenge to Darwinism
Using Examples of bacterial motors, cilia, vision, cellular transport, and more, Lehigh University’s Dr. Michael Behe helps to balance the facts on both sides of the question of origins in this latest installment from the Focus on Origins Series from UC Santa Barbara.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


On The Theory of Evolution
A panel discussion related to the philosophy and limits of science as well as the adequacy of Darwinian mechanisms to account for the diversity and disparity of life on Earth. Presented by UCSB as part of the Focus on Origins series.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Icons of Evolution
Dr. Jonathan Wells, author of Icons of Evolution argues that much of what we have been taught about evolution may be wrong. The peppered moth, embryology, Darwin’s finches, and the fossil record are all examples used to help illustrate his point in this latest lecture from the Focus on Origins series sponsored by UC Santa Barbara.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Darwinism on Trial
In this lecture from the Focus on Origins series, UC Berkeley Professor Phillip Johnson explores the academic shortcomings of Darwinism. He argues that the scientific community’s methods exclude presenting negative arguments for an accepted theory and calls for a more intellectually honest evaluation of how life arrived at its present state.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


On The Origin of Phyla
Widely recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on invertebrate paleontology and evolutionary paleobiology, UC Berkeley Professor James Valentine’s research tackles what many consider the most difficult and enigmatic problem facing neo-Darwinian theory: explaining the origin of phyla.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


From The Big Bang to Irreducible Complexity
This program from the Focus on Origins series features an exclusive interview with Dr. Michael Behe, author of Darwin’s Black Box: The Biochemical Challenge to Evolution. Dr. Behe discusses a number of inferences to intelligent design including the Big Bang, the fine using of the Cosmos, irreducibly complex molecular machines, and the ability of natural selection to inhibit major evolutionary change.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


From The Big Bang to Biology
On this episode of Focus on Origins, author Dr. Robert Newman discusses the Big Bang theory, mathematical fine tuning of the universe, and a summary of the strengths and weaknesses of four general models of origins.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Darwinism: Science or Philosophy
Two eminent professors, Phillip Johnson of UC Berkeley and William Provine of Cornell University, come to grips with the most important of all questions: Do we owe our existence to a creator? Can the blind watchmaker of natural selection take the place of God? Vigorous arguments and a lively question and answer period illuminate the contemporary debate between naturalistic and theistic ways of understanding our existence. Presented by UCSB as part of the Focus on Origins series.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.

How Darwinists Think
Phillip E. Johnson reviews the past 50 years of Darwinian thinking from the 1959 centennial celebration of Origin of Species to the present controversies over Darwinian mechanisms and philosophical naturalism.

Watch it now using RealPlayer.


On The Origin and Design of the Cosmos
Dr. Strauss reviews the scientific evidence related to the Big Bang in addition to the fine-tuning of numerous cosmological constants required for advanced life to exist in the cosmos. He discusses the philosophical and theological implications of both.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Paradigm of Design: The Bacterial Flagellum
Dr. Minnich argues that the proton-powered reversible rotary motor and flagellum of E. coli is an example of irreducible complexity which could not have arisen in a gradual step-by-step Darwinian process.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


The Right Questions
This exclusive interview with Phillip E. Johnson covers a broad range of issues from education and science to religion and politics raised in the author’s latest book, “The Right Questions: Truth, Meaning, and Public Debate.”
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Can Science Know The Mind of God?
With truth, understanding, and reason in the balance, UC Berkeley’s Phillip Johnson makes a persuasive case for the reality of the mind of God arguing against the naive idea that all reality can be explained in terms of purely physical and material causes. His lecture is thought-provoking. The questions and answers that follow reflect intellectual discourse at its best! Presented by UCSB as part of the Focus on Origins series.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


The Rhetoric of Charles Darwin
Dr. John Angus Campbell explores how Charles Darwin used his rhetoric skills to persuade others of the creative power of natural selection. The logic and structure of Darwin’s Origin of Species is analyzed in this fascinating interview. Presented as part of the Focus on Origins series from UC Santa Barbara.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Science and Belief in God: Concord not Conflict
Professor Robert Koons traces the development of science through history, especially as it relates to theism.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Time For Truth
Os Guinness, author of Time for Truth: Living Free in a World of Lies, Hype, and Spin, argues that in our postmodern society, truth no longer exists in any objective or absolute sense yet is necessary for freedom and “a good life”. Presented as part of the Let There be Light Series.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


What Christians Believe: Peter Kreeft
Peter Kreeft, Professor of Philosophy at Boston College, addresses “What Christians Believe,” Book II of “Mere Christianity” by C. S. Lewis, which Kreeft calls “Lewis’s most powerful book.”
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


Jesus: Legend, Teacher, Critic, or Son of God
Dr. Robert Price of the Jesus Seminar and Dr. Gregory Boyd engage an academic dialogue on the subject of the historical Jesus.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.


The Feminist Case Against Abortion
Serrin Foster, President of Feminists for Life of America, discusses the pro-life convictions of the early feminists and how it takes courage to be both pro-women and pro-life.
Watch it now using RealPlayer.

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Tactics In Defending The Faith Part 1 17053.mp3

Tactics In Defending The Faith Part 2 17054.mp3

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Jay Smith Mp3

Key Issues Of Islam #1 – Jay Smith 14193.mp3
Key Issues Of Islam #2 – Jay Smith

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