Series: Tape of the Month

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Tape of the Month: 1995 by R. C. Sproul1995
Tape of the Month: 1996 by R. C. Sproul1996
Tape of the Month: 1997 by R. C. Sproul1997
1998 Tape of the Month (Celebrating 10 Years of Partnership) (Ligonier Ministries)1998
Tape of the Month: 1999 by R. C. Sproul1999
2000 Tape of the Month by R. C. Sproul2000
2001 Tape of the Month by Ligonier Ministries2001
2002 Tape of the Month by R. C. Sproul2002
Tape of the Month 2003 (X) by Ligonier Ministries2003
2004 Tape of the Month by Ligonier2004
Tape of the Month 2005 by Ligonier2005
2006 Tape of the Month by R. C. Sproul2006
Tape of the Month 2007 by Ligonier2007

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