Bahnsen Project Updates

When the Lord himself establishes the work of our hands, we can always expect great things to happen. If you have encouraging news to share from your own promotion of the Bahnsen Project, please share it with us.

Volunteers Needed

In order to evaluate how many of Dr. Bahnsen’s recordings will need remastering, we are seeking volunteers to listen to files and fill out a short “audio condition” form. If you are interested, send an e-mail Eric by clicking here >>

Holding history in our hands

The Bahnsen Project just received a portable hard drive from Covenant Media Foundation containing 1,675 audio files and tons of PDF files. We will start uploading them to Sermon Audio this week for one-click sharing.

After that is done, we will go through the files and remaster them in a systematic manner until every file reaches a level of audio quality worthy of “permanent internet archive” status. These remastering costs were reflected in our initial budget. This is our one chance to get it right for all posterity.

We thank all our donors and David Bahnsen for getting us to this stage well ahead of schedule.

Finally, we are now evaluating candidates with skills in audio engineering for the remastering project. Please submit resum├ęs via e-mail and consider making a donation to fund our effort to provide the world with high-quality, one-click access to Dr. Bahnsen’s teachings. We are 88% of the way there!

New Partner: Apologia Church

We are happy to announce that Apologia Church of Mesa, AZ will also share equal rights to Dr. Bahnsen’s materials. Their ministry largely reaches independent churches and our project will focus on institutional churches, academia, seminaries, and Reformed denominations. This is a perfect partnership with very little overlap in audience.

We have been exploring this partnership for three weeks behind the scenes after David Bahnsen made his generous offer. Now that the files are on their way, we can begin the technical work of cleaning up the files, noise reduction, sound leveling, editing [e.g. removing hymns singing or church announcements], and remastering them for the best quality that can be recovered and preserved in perpetuity.

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