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2014 Theology Conference Audio Available Now

Thank you to all the attendees, volunteers, speakers, and supporters for making our inaugural Theology Conference a wonderful success. We had an amazing time meeting and speaking with everyone. I’m still trying to grasp everything that just happened. I’m overwhelmed by how well this turned out. It couldn’t have happened without our incomparable listeners. RF14 will be something each of us at Reformed Forum will always remember, and we look forward to an even better event in the future.

Audio recordings from all the main sessions have been edited and uploaded to our media server. You can download the audio and watch unedited recordings from the livestream on our conference page. We will also release these recordings as single episodes of Special Edition over the next few weeks so that our podcast subscribers may download them automatically. All of these episodes will also be listed under the 2014 Theology Conference category so that you can browse them in one place. But for the sake of timeliness, I’ve collected the immediate links in one place below:

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