Reasonable Theology Podcast

The Benefits of Listening to Really Old Sermons | RTP 17

June 01, 2019 Season 2 Episode 17
Reasonable Theology Podcast
The Benefits of Listening to Really Old Sermons | RTP 17
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Reasonable Theology Podcast
The Benefits of Listening to Really Old Sermons | RTP 17
Jun 01, 2019 Season 2 Episode 17
Clay Kraby
On this episode we'll speak with Troy Frasier, who has a podcast making it possible to listen to and benefit from sermons delivered long before the digital age.
Show Notes

You are probably familiar with the writings of men like Luther, Spurgeon, Edwards, and other. But what about their sermons?

In many cases, these figures of church history were first and foremost pastors preaching to their congregations. We can learn more about these men, about God, and about ourselves from these sermons.

On this episode we'll speak with Troy Frasier, who has a podcast making it possible to listen to and benefit from sermons delivered long before the digital age.

On This Episode We'll Learn:

  • How the Revived Thoughts podcast got started
  • Why hearing an old sermon is different (and better) than reading one
  • How historical context deepens our appreciation for old sermons
  • What past preachers can teach us better than contemporary ones

For more resources and information, see the show notes at ReasonableTheology.org/Episode17

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