Thomas F. Torrance Audio Lectures

thomastorranceThomas F. Torrance (TFT) was one of the greatest Protestant theologians of the second half of the 20th century.  I’ve still not read much by him directly, though I’ve long appreciated him for his involvement in the English Translation of Karl Barth’s Church Dogmatics….  However, others have introduced me to some of his ideas, and I like what I’ve seen so far!

Last week I shared some audio lectures by Jürgen Moltmann and Karl Barth that I discovered are freely available via the media archives on Princeton Theological Seminary’s website. I was also thrilled to find that there is also an extensive library of TFT audio available over there, which I look forward to digging into during my long commutes. Below is a listing with links to what I found, plus MP3 mirror files hosted here.*

Enjoy! 

Reconciliation in Christ and His Church (1959):

Contemporary Theology (1977):

Warfield Lectures (1981):

The Mediation of Christ (1981):

Theological Forum:

Misc Lectures and Sermons:

 

*As before, please note that this resource is made available by the seminary for personal use and is not to be copied or distributed for financial gain. 

6 thoughts on “Thomas F. Torrance Audio Lectures”

  1. Hi,

    I was listening to these most excellent lectures and then the links were gone… how can I find them again?

    1. Hi James,
      Thanks for visiting the site! Apparently something went wrong with the WordPress theme I was using. For now, I’ve fixed this by switching to a different one. You should find that all the links you are looking for are still there. 🙂

      Ben

  2. I’m trying to amass a collection of as much Torrence books and audio and other resources as possible. I’m a layman who has found great help in this teaching and hope to re-distribute to others who might find the spiritual hope I have found in the works of Mr. Torrance and his brothers. Thanks ever so much for this website. Especially the audio has been a real source of encouragement, mostly in understanding the heart and substance of his work.

    I hope to find actual sermonic material, either in audio or in written material. Perhaps those who have the keys to the cupboard will publish more of the voluminous wealth of material still unpublished. I suspect that there is more nuggets in the mine.

    Warmly in Christ,
    Leonard

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