Critic Radio!

My latest project. Enjoy!

Episode One and the boys discuss the four points of the New Calvinist Movement as outlined by Mark Driscoll at the Resurgence conference in February 2011. There’s also a tribute at the end of the programme to John Stott who passed away into glory the afternoon that this show was recorded.

What is CriticRadio?

CriticRadio is a new podcast from a bunch of New-Calvinists based in the UK.

What do you talk about?

Anything we want really, but generally stuff around the Reformed Faith.

How often do you publish a new programme?

When we can get round to it! Our pilot show is now live on the site and we’d love to hear from you what you thought about it.

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  • ryan

    Calvinism?!? Driscoll?!?! No chance of an e.g. Torchwood related podcast instead? ;-)

    In all seriousness,best wishes for this project.

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