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How do you listen to Southern Baptist sermons online?

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As of 2015, some sources of Southern Baptist sermons in audio file format are AlbertMohler.com and RussellMoore.com. Baylor University hosts audio recordings of 1940s sermons by prominent Southern Baptist preacher George W. Truett. SermonAudio.com offers an archive of recorded sermons that can be listed by denomination, including Southern Baptist.

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Both R. Albert Mohler Jr. and Russell Moore are theologians, authors of multiple books, and ordained ministers. Mohler is the president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. His sermons are also featured on SermonAudio.com. Moore is the president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

SermonAudio.com lists archived sermons from over 100 Southern Baptist churches and ministries, as of May 2015. Members, who pay about $40 per month for the site to host a public archive of their sermons, must be what the site calls conservative and Bible-believing and must agree to articles of faith delineated on the site.

The Baylor University library's digital collections website features audio recordings of a number of sermons preached by alumnus George W. Truett in the 1940s at First Baptist Church in Dallas. Truett's career included presidency of the Southern Baptist Convention. Baylor University's theological seminary is named in his honor.

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