My dear friend Carl Trueman has a thoughtful and provocative (what else?) essay in the latest Ref21. You should read it for yourself, so I won’t try to summarize it here except to say that three of the most important points are that . . . Continue reading →
(revised and re-posted from 7 May ’07. This post was occasioned by the announcement of the conversion of the now former president of ETS, Francis Beckwith, to Rome). § Mr White, Mr Black, and Mr Gray Cornelius Van Til used to write . . . Continue reading →
By R. C. at Tabletalk online.
This is really good.
The Bookstore at WSC is offering the book and a DVD at a discount of $21.11. You can pre-order the book for $5.00!
Get the Book and DVD and save $21.11. If you’ve liked the series this year on the WHI you will love the book and vid.
Quentin Letts, columnist for the UK’s Daily Mail, has published a list of 50 People Who Ruined Britain. (HT: Nick Mackison). ___ Happy-cr*ppy hymns are a pestilence. They demean adult worship, dragging it to a level even lower than that of Mrs . . . Continue reading →
David Wells was the guest for the 5 October White Horse Inn. If you haven’t heard this interview you must. You should also ask your pastor and elders to listen to it. David has diagnosed very well what is happening to “evangelical” churches. The . . . Continue reading →
Provocative language that can’t be blamed on cold-hearted Reformed confessionalists since Russell Moore is a Baptist with impeccable evangelical credentials. He says in part, The reason many college students identify primarily with a campus ministry rather than with a church is not . . . Continue reading →
Is it the congregation with the best “youth ministry” or the most exciting “worship team” or the best coffee bar? As interesting as those things might be the Protestant Reformation was asking different questions. The WHI guys explain.
Mike interviews Colin Hansen.
First is the recent WHI interview by Mike Horton with Bob Godfrey concerning his new biography of Calvin. Click on the image for more about the book. We kid each other a lot (and everything I say about Bob is true) but . . . Continue reading →
The Oxford American Dictionary gives this informal usage of the noun jerk: a contemptibly obnoxious person § About as soon as I left my evangelical (Southern Baptist) congregation and started associating with Reformed folk, I began to hear this question. I remember taking someone . . . Continue reading →
In my past life, battling through the highway throng on the ‘5’ out of Escondido, I used to stare in amazement at the gas guzzling Christian four by fours thundering past my little Volkswagen. As I tried to prevent myself from being . . . Continue reading →
Back in 2015 Mike Abendroth and I got together to discuss the importance of the Reformation, how it applies to Evangelicals, the imputation of active obedience and more. Lord permitting I am to be speaking at Bethlehem Bible Church this week, Friday and . . . Continue reading →
Previously began a discussion about parachurch ministries in relation to the church. The point was to raise a concern about how, frequently, parachurch ministries implicitly, if (perhaps) unintentionally, try to usurp the visible, institutional church’s primary role in God’s plan to save . . . Continue reading →
Mr. White, Mr. Black, and Mr. Gray Cornelius Van Til used to write about Mr. White (the confessionally Reformed fellow), Mr. Black (the Roman Catholic fellow), and Mr. Gray (or Grey, the Arminian fellow). His point was that, on some issues, the . . . Continue reading →