The Most Downloaded Episodes of 2015

2015 was a big year for Reformed Forum, but not through conventional means. Even a cursory review of the titles in our archive shows the breadth and depth of our subject matter. In a culture of the lowest common denominator media and watered-down theology, you’d expect that only a handful of people around the world would be interested in some of these episodes. But you’re different. We’ve found that our efforts to produce focused and rich niche content garners the most interest from our remarkable community. Here’s proof in our most downloaded episodes of 2015:

  1. Lane Tipton and Camden Bucey, Pneumatology and Eschatology in the Light of 1 Cor 15:45 and 2 Cor 3:6–18
  2. Glen Clary, The Regulative Principle of Worship
  3. Rita Cefalu, The Sons of God and the Daughters of Man in Genesis 6
  4. Glen Clary, The Order of Worship
  5. Sam Renihan, God without Passions
  6. Carl Trueman, Luther on the Christian Life
  7. Bill Edgar, The History and Legacy of the Huguenots
  8. Vern Poythress, Redeeming Mathematics
  9. Gray Sutanto, Covenantal Apologetics and Common-Sense Realism
  10. Jeff Jue, Jared Oliphint, Erica Bucey, and Camden Bucey, TGC 2015: Coming Home

We absolutely love recording episodes like these. Thank you for all your support! We’re keeping each of you in mind as we schedule new episodes for the New Year.


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