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Friday, November 04, 2005 

ThunderCast 01

And thus begins podcasting for What the Thunder Said...

Download here: ThunderCast Podcast 01

My Odeo Channel (odeo/823b6f7754d846ca)

Click the RSS icon on the right panel that reads MP3 Podcast with the disperse symbol for the feed. I'll update this post as I get links for iTunes, other sites and direct download.

I envision ThunderCast to be the type of podcast you can bring with to the gym, use as a study break, listen to during your roughly 10 - 20 minute commute to work; etc. The purpose should be that in that amount of time, to edify the listener by providing some substantial thinking and entertainment.

I hope to provide serious thought in theology and philosophy, interview people who have poured a good bit of time in focusing on a particular doctrine, meditate over the Scriptures for devotions, comment on creeds and catechisms, and highlight historic, Reformed, prayers.

Aesthetically, I want to highlight and make aware of excellent music - both explicitly in the Reformed tradition and music that honors God by being excellently created, and other forms of audio art: poetry, creative prose, etc.

What the Thunder Said... will still be the main outlet. Though I'll link through several feeds (RSS, XML) and sites (Odea, iTunes) I'll still post here as well - at least for the direct download. I also hope to receive feedback and criticism for what is helpful and edifying, and what is annoying. Enjoy the podcast.

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Dude, know I can not only read your stuff but I can hear you coming from my computer, how SAWEET is that!

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

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

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Transplanted from the artic blight of Minnesota to the sunny paradise of SoCal, I am attending school and learning to say "dude." I like to think of myself as equal parts surf rash, Batman, heavy metal, Levinas, poetic license, and reformational. Other than creating blund blogs, I enjoy reading, sporting, and socializing with serious and funny people.
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