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Discussion in 'Baptist Theology & Bible Study' started by Jordan Kurecki, Aug 6, 2014.
Please listen to this.
Most on this board are apathetic towards evangelism. Most on this board think that lifestyle and social evangelism replaces biblical evangelism. Trying to get most on this board to evangelize is like trying to pull teeth. It's a hard effort persuading people on this board about the importance of it.
George Whitfield was a Calvinist so fired up for souls and the strive to be out witnessing its a shame most Calvinists here are ignorant of him.
Yeah, well hopefully somebody will listen and be challenged and exhorted.
Did you know that 90% of the percentages on the Internet are made up? Even more so with quantitative adjectives like "most".
Most on this board think you are a troll or mentally troubled.... :thumbsup:
Didn't listen to it all, don't have time right now. So far, I like it. However, your recording device is not suited to the elevated voice. It's garbled at times. Might want to settle down a bit when recording.
Eph 4:29 Let no corrupting talk come out of your mouths, but only such as is good for building up, as fits the occasion, that it may give grace to those who hear
No need to insult me personally. Need to encourage and build one another up.
Yeah I'm aware of it. I think I need to put more space between the Laptop and my face
So, if it is a population wide insult it's ok, if it's personal it's wrong? Perhaps you should address the wide brush strokes you painted "most" on this forum with before you claim victimhood.
As for encouragement? Folks tried that. You posted pictures of rabbits and called everyone critics!
Jordan I would strongly recommend a Olympus digital voice recorder as the quality and feature set is very high. I use mine when I record open air sermons on the streets however for disk space reasons I usually set mine to a Lower quality. The feature set is many more times than a standard iphone or iPod.
lol Im poor
Do you have a smartphone?
I use this on my Android phone:
I suppose there is an equivalent for iPhones.
You can get one used on eBay or amazon for about $40. My unit is from 2009 has 1GB space and works very well with lots of features.
They also work however the internal software and mic quality of the smart phone just can't match the quality as feature set of a decent digital voice recorder. Professionals in audio do not use smart phones but digital recorders. However he probably can't afford a high end recorder so a consumer level Olympus would be a good choice. My unit is from 2009 and has so many features and mic capability just lacking in the iphone,
My unit is the Olympus WS-400 which for some reason has shot up in value from $60 to $160 on amazon. I'd check eBay or anther site for a used unit. The recorder is very impressive and captures far better audio than a smart phone or MacBook.
I do not have a smart phone! PTL.
Usually our church records with an Ipad.
We use to record from the pulpit mic, but the machine we use to record died on us
Most? :laugh: You assume much.
...And evangelism is not necessarily defined as street preaching.
If they can afford it the quality is so much higher on a digital voice recorder.