Free theology mp3 classes
Have you heard about Biblicaltraining.org yet? They have all kinds of free seminary-level courses in mp3 format. Like anything, some of the courses are better than others. All of them are taught by professors drawn from the conservative side of evangelicalism, so there are plenty of things here that bother me. But hey, did I mention they’re free?
Recently I have been listening to the church history course taught by Gerald Bray, who is really on the ball. Plus his accent makes him sound really smart. He could probably read through the phone book and I’d be in awe. I was not terribly impressed with Bruce Ware’s theology courses, but that’s probably I dislike his uncompromising stand against Open Theism. I probably disagree even more with Ron Nash than I do with Ware, but Nash’s course on the history of philosophy and christian thought is really great. There are a lot of other courses that I haven’t listened to by Craig Blomberg, Frank Thielman, Bryan Chapell, Doug Stuart, and John Piper.
And Bill Mounce teaches Koine Greek, which looks interesting. That class would be a good thing to give to someone who wants to dig deeper into the scriptures but doesn’t have the money or the schedule to allow going to seminary.
Really, do check it out. Many of these courses would be worth it even if you had to pay full price for them. But they’re free so you can’t lose.
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