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Reformed Forum Wiki

We would like to begin offering transcripts of our podcast episodes, but unfortunately, transcripts are cost-prohibitive at this point. We hope to be able to begin offering transcripts of at least portions of our shows using our newly launched wiki. If you’re able, please consider helping out by visiting the wiki and transcribing a few minutes of an episode. You can also help out by adding bibliographic data, outlines and other helpful information for our shows. We would like to begin using the wiki to create our show notes and then copy them over to the regular website once the notes are filled out. If we can get several people to pitch in, we’ll be able to provide a much better set of notes and information for visitors to the site.

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