Reformed Podcasts and Resources

Maybe through the preaching of  someone like John Piper, Mark Driscoll, Francis Chan, or Matt Chandler, or through the music of Lecrae, Tedashii, Trip Lee, or Sho Baraka, you’ve found yourself as part of the “Young, Restless, and Reformed” movement.  Or perhaps you’ve been Reformed for some time, having grown up in a Reformed Baptist or Presbyterian church, yet want to augment your knowledge.  Maybe you’ve just been seeking to learn more about the Reformed faith.  The purpose of this page is to provide information to help you get started in a better understanding of God and of the Reformed Christian faith.  This page will start off rather sparse, and grow as I learn more.  I’ll probably keep it to stuff that I like so that I can say that I endorse everything on this page.

Podcasts (iTunes name in parenthesis)

  • The White Horse Inn (website) (“White Horse Inn”)
  • The Reformed Forum (website) (“Reformed Forum”)
  • The Narrow Mind (website) (“The Narrow Mind”)
  • The Dividing Line (website) (“The Dividing Line”)

Blogs

Books

Magazines

Videos

Music

Published on May 21, 2010 at 8:17 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. […] the Reformed faith (or seeking to learn more about the Reformed faith) to immerse themselves in.  Click here to check it out, or use the link on the […]

  2. That’s funny that you would put up Heidelblog and Desiring God: Clark calls Piper un-Reformed for not believing in paedobaptism. ( http://heidelblog.wordpress.com/2009/06/26/gentle-rebuke-brother-john/ ) . For books, you could put down Ligonier’s store, or Monergism Books.

  3. I definitely don’t agree with Scott Clark on everything, but he is an amazing writer and brings up good points in everything he writes. I don’t really care about paedobaptism / credobaptism. It’s a tertiary issue to me, and I don’t have a position on it. I’m all for a conversation, even on issues that Reformed people disagree on.


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