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December 17th, 2006
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An interesting and expanding new resource on the Internet holds out real promise and is, in my opinion, precisely what our seminary faculties need to be doing to get the Word out much more widely. Check out ConcordiaTheology.org and, tucked into the lower left hand corner, is a particularly important part of the project: Concordia Seminary’s podcasting site. You can download lectures, for free, on a growing variety of subjects, including their last symposium series, elementary Greek and elementary Hebrew, Lutheran Confessions discussions, and more. Kudos!

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  1. Sean
    December 17th, 2006 at 08:09 | #1

    Your link to ConcordiaTheology.org points to apple.com/imac. I would include that under the “This just isn’t right…” heading!
    McCain: No, you see, my Macintosh is always very eager to help point people toward the true light in the darkness of the PC world.

  2. December 17th, 2006 at 19:30 | #2

    Perhaps this is something CTSFW should consider as well?

  3. December 18th, 2006 at 20:58 | #3

    I think it would be great if CTSFW would get in on the act. I love the resources that you already have up on your site and hope that more is added!

  4. Andrew Grams
    December 27th, 2006 at 16:11 | #4

    The podcasting site is a tremendous resource. I discovered it a couple of weeks ago after downloading lectures from the lay vocation portion of the website. There are several outstanding lectures/discussions which are made readily available through iTunes U which I have found very helpful and insightful as a refresher course. They also serve as a good introduction to the Christian faith for anyone to share. For example, there is an excellent overview given of the Lutheran Confessions by Drs. Arend and Kolb. Each discussion is approximately 20 minutes in length and provides sufficient background material to enable the listener to gain a basic understanding of our confessions.
    You can access the link here, or on the lower right hand corner of the podcast site: http://itunes.csl.edu/ A word of warning — Downloading through iTunes is somewhat slow initially if you subscribe to the entire series of lectures.
    Thanks for putting the advertisement out there for all to see.

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