The massive cache of books produced by Christian Reconstructionists over the past 50 years have been a treasure trove of theological, historical, practical, epistemological and philosophical works in and of themselves. Now, many of these mostly forgotten and out-of-print-yet-still-invaluable books are being reproduced and republished as free audio books available to anyone online, thanks to the visionary hard work and inspiration of a dominion-minded truck driver by the name of Jason Sanchez.
Jason has started an ambitious project called Reconstructionist Radio.
I call it music to my ears!
Jason has assembled a team of narrators — growing and they are asking for more — to do the following: take an existing printed or electronic edition of selected titles from amongst the various authors and leading figures of the CR movement past and present, such as Dr. Gary North, R.J. Rushdoony, Dr. Kenneth Gentry, Dr. Greg Bahnsen, Gary Demar, David Chilton and others, and then convert them, painstakingly, into digital audio format.
The resulting audiobooks and downloadable podcasts are being made available to anyone who wants to listen to them, at no charge, since they are produced from books which have been available online for years to anyone who wants to read them, in electronic or PDF format, at no charge. (They are NOT public domain. But they are freely available.)
This is similar in concept to Pocket College, which is a massive online collection of lectures and recordings by the late R.J. Rushdoony. Except that these are original, derivative works rather than mere digital copies of existing works. Anyway, to date, no one else has ventured to convert any of these books into audio format. Jason is blazing a new trail here. Or rather, he is paving a new highway — for truck drivers and everyone else to drive on!
There is a lot of work to be done. Lots of book titles to be recorded and published. Many hours and much labor and patience. But it looks like Jason and his crew of volunteers are in it for the long haul!
Sorry, I couldn’t resist.
In any event, this is a worthwhile project that deserves our prayers and support. These are important works and now they will find a new audience. Sounds good to me.
“Let him who has ears to hear, click here”: Reconstructionist Radio