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Preterist Radio @ AD70.NET

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By psychohmike - Posted on 24 January 2010

Preterist Radio @ AD70.NET has been up and running for two months now. And what a fun ride it has been thus far. Pre-recorded messages from Don Preston, David Curtis, Tim Martin and Gary DeMar play at various times throughout the day with an eclectic mix of music interspersed. We have "Live" programs every day of the week where you as the listener can call in and participate. We have a chat room on the listening page that gets rather active during the live programming.

We also have a podcast archive of all the live programs located at

For those of you that have been listening I would appreciate any feedback you might have.

Also...If there is anyone that you might know of that has some good teachings that we could add to the line up...I'm all ears. 8)


Michael J. Loomis

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Keep up the good work Mike! One of these days I'll stay up late and tune in to listen. I'll move all my audio over to this new site soon too, so between all out sites I hope anyone seeking content will find no shortage...

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