A canon is a rule, a measure, an objective standard by which things are measured. A canon is also a limit. Americans have never been particularly fond of limits. We are a busy, restless people always pushing the boundaries. Every school child . . . Continue reading →
The latest issue of Modern Reformation magazine is dedicated to the question of the nature of Scripture, particularly touching the question of inspiration and inerrancy. The issue features articles by Mike Horton, “God’s Word in Human Words,” and “The Truthfulness of Scripture”, Michael . . . Continue reading →
This week’s episode of the White Horse Inn is interesting and important because it deals with two closely related problems: the finality of the Scriptures as God’s Word and the claims to ongoing revelation made by modern neo-Pentecostalists and by the Roman . . . Continue reading →
If you’re in Southern California I hope you’ll go hear my good friend Kim Riddlebarger. He really knows and understands eschatology (last things, end times) and he can explain it clearly. He’s speaking at a special event being held on January 26, . . . Continue reading →
Two excellent and stimulating interviews. First, of the last three episodes of the White Horse Inn, their analysis of the survey of the responses by 90+ attendees to a Christian rally in St Louis was most enlightening. 67% of the respondents disagreed . . . Continue reading →
Mike explains that blurbing a book that surveys a theologian does not mean that he agrees with the doctrine taught by that theologian.
At the White Horse Inn blog.
Two of my favorite entities, the White Horse Inn and Carl Trueman in one interview.
This hitherto unpublished review is appearing on the new WHI blog.
The most recent WHI is (another) not-to-miss episode. Shane has conducted more NRB interviews. Some of them are what we’ve come to expect but some are surprising. You should hear them. Along the way the fellows made three terrific points. 1. The . . . Continue reading →
The WHI guys are taking a quick tour of 1 Corinthinans as part their series on “Christianity in a post-Christian world.” Last week’s show was on “idolatry and other bad habits.” This week’s show focused on the abuse of the Supper in . . . Continue reading →
The White Horse Inn has been walking through 1 Corinthians and their discussion of church discipline was very helpful. CD is the third mark of the church but it’s not what you might think. The second is Hywel Jones‘ ongoing series of . . . Continue reading →
The WHI continues their series on Christianity in a Post-Christian Culture. Is there a problem, however, with speaking of a “Christian culture”? When was the culture Christian?
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That’s the theme for 2009 on the White Horse Inn. Zrim gets us started on it over at the Outhouse.
(HT: Riddleblog and Mark Vander Pol)
Mike interviews Colin Hansen.
The pietists meant well but they turned “having a relationship with Jesus” into a law. If you’re afraid that you’re relationship with Jesus isn’t good enough, you’re right and you need to hear this program.