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CALVINISTIC BAPTIST CLASSICS ON AUDIO?

Justin Taylor’s most recent entry on his blog deals with audio books—LibriVox—and he sugegsts that maybe “Some enterprising individual or group should organize a way to get the Puritan classics and others in audio form.” This is a scintillating idea!

Given my Calvinistic Baptist inclinations I wonder if there might be some interest out there for getting some Calvinistic Baptist classics on audio. Some of Benjamin Keach could be done or Abraham Cheare of Plymouth. Worthy of thought—and some action.