Reformed Presbyterian Church

Denominational Links

Reformation History, Theology, and Keepers of the Faith

Try these links to learn more about The Protestant Reformation, Reformed Theology and some of its great preachers, teachers and thinkers.

Strictly Speaking

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  • Atlantic Coast Communications Audio and Radio For nearly 15 years Atlantic Coast Communications has been producing professional audio and radio programming. disseminates the radio teaching of today's finest reformed Christian communicators.
  • C. H. Spurgeon Audio Charles Haddon Spurgeon was without question the most popular of English preachers of the nineteenth century. This site presents a number of Charles Haddon Spurgeon's sermons in realaudio read by Charles Koelsch, courtesy of Mount Zion.
  • Founders Online Real Audio Recorded Reformed sermons. *Technical note: These sermons are served using HTTP streaming rather than a RealAudio server. Therefore, it doesn't automatically choose the appropriate bit rate for you. Furthermore, you cannot stop (but you can pause) without starting over, and you cannot fast-forward.
  • Renewing your Mind R.C. Sproul Online, a service of Ligonier Ministries.
  • The Bible Study Hour Dr. James Boice, senior pastor of Tenth Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia and speaker for The Bible Study Hour, and God's Word Today, offers careful, in-depth Bible study for Christians who are learning to think and act Biblically. Insights to help us learn how to think and act Biblically.
  • The White Horse Inn Listen in on Lively discussions with Theologians Michael Horton, Ken Jones, Kim Riddlebarger, and Rod Rosenbladt as they unravel the meaning of scripture passages and make learning theology interesting and dynamic.