As far as audio is concerned, I’ve been busy working on my new house, so I haven’t been scavenging quite as much as usual. That being said, I did stumble across this great lecture from Dr. Trueman. It’s an interesting look at the Heidelberg Catechism… though not the catechism, narrowly considered, although it does do that a bit, but the historical events leading to its formulation.
If you’re into history, you’ll definitely enjoy this lecture. It’s interesting and informative. I know I certainly learned a lot. Dr. Trueman is a good lecturer, as well. He knows how to hold people’s attention. But then again, I’m a total sucker for an accent. It’s just simply cooler.
Difficulty: Fairly specialized. Not meant for new Christians. But is nevertheless very understandable.
Must Listen Factor: Medium. Like the mashed potatoes and freshly cooked turkey, history gurus will want to gobble this up. For them, I suspect that this very high.
Length: 1 Hour
To Download: Click picture. It is lecture 5 (I suspect this link will go bad after a while. The page will probably be changed when a new conference hits the scene).