A podcast is a type of digital syndication. In short, it’s a way for you to subscribe to digital media content online so that your computer or device downloads new episodes automatically. This way, you’ll always receive any new content, and it comes to you without you having to visit the website.
There are a variety of software programs that allow you to subscribe to podcasts. One of the most popular is iTunes. You can download iTunes for Mac or Windows. Apple has a nice page describing how to subscribe to podcasts in iTunes. This software also allows you to synchronize your podcasts with an iPod so that you can take your episodes on the go.
If you are using a mobile smart phone, such as an iPhone, you can use several different apps to subscribe to podcasts directly on your phone. Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Stitcher, and Spotify are popular.
Once you have software installed on your computer or an app on a smart device, you’ll need a “feed,” which is simply a link to a specially-formatted webpage. You may subscribe to Reformed Forum content using any of the following feeds.
- Reformed Forum on Apple Podcasts
- All audio content
- Christ the Center (most recent)
- Christ the Center episodes 401–600
- Christ the Center episodes 201–400
- Christ the Center episodes 1–200
- Christ the Center Vos Group episodes (December 2013–February 2021)
- Reformed Media Review
- Theology Simply Profound
- Special Edition
- Proclaiming Christ
- Reformed Academy
- The Westminster Confession of Faith
- The Westminster Larger Catechism
- The Westminster Larger Catechism (practice edition)
- The Westminster Shorter Catechism
- The Westminster Shorter Catechism (practice edition)
- Lane G. Tipton, Introduction to the Theology and Apologetics of Cornelius Van Til
- Lane G. Tipton, Van Til’s Trinitarian Theology
- Lane G. Tipton, Van Til’s Doctrine of Revelation
- Lane G. Tipton, Common Grace and the Antithesis
- Lane G. Tipton, Van Til’s Apologetic Method
- Darryl G. Hart, J. Gresham Machen and the Presbyterian Controversy
- Mark Winder, Zephaniah’s Protology in Eschatology: A Major Theme in a Minor Prophet