Posted by: Billy Marsh | January 29, 2008

Francis Schaeffer: The Early and Later Years on Podcast

Schaeffer - The Early Years Schaeffer - The Late Years

I know it seems that I have been posting a lot on Schaeffer and Lewis lately, but if I were to have had a blog about 2 years ago, all you’d probably be reading would be posts on John Piper and Charles Colson. In other words, in the simplest of reasons, this is just where God has me right now, and he is using these two men, not exclusively, in some extraordinary ways in my life to make me holy and blamless before the Father, conformed to the image of Christ, and sanctified by the Holy Spirit. My only prayer is that he is leading me to put up these posts for the exact same reasons in your lives as well.

Jerram Barrs

As you can tell, I have stumbled across some more audio resources. For some reason or another, you can’t access these lectures by searching for them in the iTunes store. They are made available on Covenant Seminary’s website, and they give you easy instructions as to how to download these lectures as a podcast in your iTunes library. There are a total of 48 lectures available, for free of course, that cover the full range of Schaeffer’s life, ministry, and theology. It is unbelievable just how fortunate we are to have access to such valueable and scholarly ministry resources like this! These are two full Master’s level courses that normally would cost thousands of dollars to take, and now you can listen to all of them at home, in the car, while running, or laying in the bed for $0.00.

I have told you about Jerram Barrs before. He is the professor delivering both sets of lectures, and like what I said about Dr. Joseph Pearce concerning his talks on J. R. R. Tolkien, Barrs’ English accent is a great aid in capturing one’s attention.


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