Question about today's radio message (9/2/2020)

I heard a broadcast today involving a Q&A Vol 4 at Columbia Univ. I was in my car and unable to concentrate fully. At the end the announcer directed listeners to your web page, presumably to be able to access the message again. However, I could not find the item there. I How can I connect to the discussion mentioned. Is there a downloadable mp3? I believe the discussion today was a part of a larger message purchasable on disc. I am only interested in today’s message. Thank you.

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Hi Xavier!

Welcome to Connect. So glad to have you here! I’m not sure if this was the exact message you heard but here is a series of videos from a Q and A at Columbia. Hope this helps!

https://youtu.be/cDBuKb0I7u8

https://youtu.be/VyA_hgs8UPs

https://youtu.be/oxxBvDfa7qo

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Thank you. the third bullet is the msg I was looking for. Are these typically available on YouTube or avail on your web site?

You can find a lot of videos on YouTube as other people post them from different events. Or if you prefer audio only, many messages are archived through the Let My People Think podcast (linked here).

Here is the RZIM YouTube channel

You might also like these RZIM podcasts

Ask Away with Jo and Vince Vitale

The Defense Rests with Abdu Murray

:slight_smile:

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Thank you. Listening to it now.

Regards,

X D Lewis

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Welcome to RZIM Connect, @xlewis

Hi @xlewis,

You can listen to that message here (Part 3 of Q&A Vol. IV at Columbia University).

You can listen for free to any message you heard on the radio on our website at rzim.org. Just click “Listen” at the top of the page, and you will see all of our various podcasts, some of which are broadcast on the radio. Let My People Think plays on the weekend, and Just Thinking is the program that plays on weekdays, which you were listening to. The most recent message will be listed at the top of the page.

You can also listen to these messages on your favorite podcast player by searching for Just Thinking or Let My People Think.

The full Columbia University Q&A is available for purchase on DVD as well.

Hopefully this is helpful! Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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