Ever since the advent of the mp3 player, my life has changed considerably. Now when I perform my duties as a letter carrier, walking happily under the big Indiana sky, I’m able to listen to a variety of mp3s. Few jobs permit such a luxury. But alas, I am one of the fortunate few.
This means that I’m able to wade through hours of audio each and every day (Not that I always do). Sometimes I listen to music. Sometimes audio books. But most of the time I listen to podcasts, debates, sermons, conference messages, lectures and just about anything else I can get my virtual hands on. I’ve been doing this for years now, scavenging the internet for new sources of information, hoping to find something interesting to digest and ponder.
Somewhere along the way, I felt compelled to share what I’ve found with the wider world, to discuss my findings, catalog and comment upon both the good and the bad in the hopes that those who cannot devote a lot of time to listening to mp3s will be able to cut to the chase, as it were. Listen to the cream of the crop. Find what most interests them and download accordingly. I guess you could say that I want to deliver more than mail.
If this describes you, then welcome to The Sound of Doctrine, a theological pit stop, a Herald’s corner, a place where great ideas are discussed and shared in the hope that God’s people will grow in the grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Austin C. Brown