On this edition of the White Horse Inn, the hosts interact once again with polls taken at a Christian convention, this time relating to the doctrine of justification. Why is this doctrine so central, and how is it related to the gospel of Christ? That’s what’s on tap this week, at the White Horse Inn!
Entries for June, 2009
Is it true that there are many paths to God or is Christianity the one true religion? If Christianity is exclusively true, does this mean that other religions are 100% false? Also, what about those who have never heard the Christian gospel? Joining the panel to discuss some of these questions is Dr. John Stackhouse, professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College in Vancouver, BC.
When sharing the faith with others, do you prefer to discuss the gospel of Christ and related doctrines, or your own personal testimony? That’s the question we recently asked at a convention for religious broadcasters, and you might be surprised by the answers we received.
Modern Reformation recently sat down with Simonetta Carr, the author of John Calvin (published by Reformation Heritage Books, 2008), and asked a few questions about her work and the philosophy behind children’s literature. Why is it important for our children to read Christian biography? There are several reasons. I was motivated to write this biographical […]
On this edition of the White Horse Inn the hosts listen and react to some recent polls taken at a Christian convention dealing with the question, “Why do you believe that Christianity is true?” Also joining the discussion is Doug Powell, author of the Holman QuickSource Guide to Christian Apologetics. The White Horse Inn: know what you believe and why you believe it!