The biggest possible tip-o-the-hat goes to Paul, who introduced me to the treasure trove of reformed audio that is ReformedForum.org, which seems to be somewhat analogous to MR/WHI, except for being more Westminster East-student/alumni-driven, rather than WSCAL-faculty-driven, and all on the interwebs, rather than largely print/radio.
They’ve got so much material there, it boggles my mind! Apparently the flagship program is Christ the Center, a weekly podcast stretching back to Jan 2008. Two of the most recent episodes feature Fesko on his new book about baptism (recently pumped here), and Trueman and Lillback discussing Christianity and Politics. And beyond Christ the Center, there are also separate entire series on church history, philosophy, Christocentric sermons, readings of classic reformed literature, and more! (It’s enough to make me jealous…)
If (like me) you hardly know where to start listening, you might want to check out this innovative series on Christ & Culture, including the contrasting perspectives of Darryl Hart, Doug Wilson, Nelson Kloosterman, and Bill Dennison. Or, check out the most popular episodes by starting at the top of their 2010 Championship Bracket (OHS RSC’s discussion of RRC came in second)! Or, if you have limited time, you can always start with their series of their own best clips, Reformed Forum Express.
Well, that’s all for now. I’ll see you all later in a couple years, after 1000 or so hours of audio from ReformedForum.org.