A while back, Chris Arnzen mentioned that the Iron Sharpens Iron (ISI) radio show mp3s were going offline. That came to pass but, thankfully, Brandon Adams has downloaded and made them accessible to all via a public Dropbox folder which you can access here.
Never heard of ISI!? James Swan describes it:
If you’re weary of the typical fluffy Christian radio broadcasts, you’ll find Iron Sharpens Iron addresses a multitude of topics from a distinctly Reformed Christian worldview. Chris asks the right questions, presents guests who have the answers, and continually challenges Christians to apply their faith to every aspect of their lives.
Here are some commendations:
“Chris Arnzen’s love for and confidence in Scripture causes him to address issues without fear while showing great respect for those who may disagree with his views. That’s what makes IRON SHARPENS IRON such an informative and beneficial radio program. If you want to hear clear, concise thinking from a biblical perspective, listen to this show!”
—Dr. Tom Ascol
“If the rest of Christian radio would try to do what Chris Arnzen is doing with IRON SHARPENS IRON the body of Christ would be blessed and edified. As it stands, IRON SHARPENS IRON is unique.”
—Dr. James R. White
“IRON SHARPENS IRON is a welcome addition to the Talk Show genre. There are enough conservative talk shows that deal with politics. Chris Arnzen routinely deals with issues far more important than politics. People would do well to listen regularly to IRON SHARPENS IRON. No one does a better job than Chris Arnzen.”
“In a sea of distractions from the central message of Christianity, Chris Arnzen brings insight, joy, and biblical wisdom to bear on issues of interest to us all. Beyond informing, it will transform your thinking with the renewing power of God’s Word.”
—Dr. Michael Horton
“Chris Arnzen is not afraid to deal with difficult issues or ask the hard questions. I appreciate the straightforward way IRON SHARPENS IRON tackles vital topics. It’s refreshing to hear a radio broadcast regularly deal with truly important, rather than trivial, matters.”
—Dr. John MacArthur
Chris Arnzen also asked the RBList to, “Please pray that I can overcome a couple of financial hurdles in order to get “ISI” back on the air soon. A network is interested in relaunching it when I’m ready.“(!)