Does anyone know if any of the speakers under Audio Sermons would hold to reformed doctrines, other than Paul Washer?
dear brother,We have many speakers on the website from reformed backgrounds there would be a huge list:Alistair BeggAaron Dunlop Alan CairnsDon CurrinRoger EllsworthTim ConwayVoddie Bauchamand many more.Just so you know this is one of the discuss forum guidelines as per: http://www.sermonindex.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=44556&forum=13
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where and when will they perform?
For anyone looking for reformed speakers, may I suggest to consider hearing the other side by teachers such as Leighton Flowers, Ken Wilson (not featured here) Dave Hunt and David Pawson. They do excellent scholarly work without the usual polemic and predjudices that are sometimes thrown around in these debates.BTW I do glean from some of the more moderate reformed teachers, too.I will say no more, let the Cal/Arm guns 🔫be silent over Christmas time.
R.C Sproul is one of my favorite teachers from the “reformed camp”.