(From Outside the Camp, Vol. 14, No. 3)
After fourteen years of publishing Outside the Camp in hard-copy format, we have decided to become entirely web-based after this issue. Over the years, there have been fewer and fewer subscribers, even in places like remote African villages, who do not have access to the world wide web. If you are reading this newsletter and do not have access to our web site, please write and let us know if you would like us to periodically send you printouts of articles.
Speaking of the web, on June 26, 2010, at 9:56 pm, I signed up with sermonaudio.com and uploaded the audio and manuscript of just one sermon, which was the most recent sermon I had preached (June 20, 2010). On June 27, 2010, at 1:40 am, Steven Lee, the founder of sermonaudio.com, sent me an e-mail that included the following: "After some consideration, we are asking if you could kindly seek a different provider for broadcasting your church's sermons. We do not believe it would be a suitable fit for a site like our's [sic]." And, just like that, I was kicked off and was not allowed to have any presence on that site. This site hosts sermons/speeches from a wide spectrum of "conservative" preachers/speakers, but apparently, the spectrum was not wide enough for my sermon on the Stone of Stumbling and the Rock of Offense from Romans 9:32b-33. You can find the entire Romans series in manuscript and audio format, including the aforementioned sermon, on our web site.
This entire issue is dedicated to the Heterodoxy Hall of Shame.