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Tuesday, October 25, 2005 

Reformed Meets Tech

Sola Gratia.Org, a site devoted to "Reformed Theology, Articles, Audio, and Books," looks like a very promising website. While they include several articles and audio sermons on a variety of topics (as most Reformed sites in the Reformed websphere do), they also include podcasts and links in keeping with the Reformed tradition.

Sola Gratia.Org has one of the better spectrums of perspectives within the Reformed corpus that I have seen. Here you'll find from Van Til to Piper, John MacArthur to Joel Beeke, David Powlison to Greg Bahnsen. It looks like most of it for the technologically naive, and is set up for the average internet surfer to benefit from and download from. Best, of course, is that it is largely free.

In the near future, hopefully I'll post my blogroll and podcast subscriptions, so that you can see what What the Thunder Said has been reading and listening to.

Thank you, that was just an awesome post!!!

That was a VERY interesting one! Seriously interesting.

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