Sad to say, this passes as good theology for many American Christians.
Entries for November, 2009
Back in the beginning of October, Dr. Horton responded to three questions concerning the Reformed doctrine of the Two Kingdoms. Those three posts have been edited and put into a single document for your enjoyment. So enjoy! Horton Responds to Two Kingdoms Questions (130 kB PDF)
Recently on the WHI Blog Dr. Horton reviewed the book Justification by N.T. Wright in ten different postings. In order to make it easier to read this review in its entirety we have compiled all the posts and made them available as a PDF. Horton reviews N.T. Wright’s Justification (350 kB PDF)
[We’re starting a four part series from Mike Horton on some of the misunderstandings that are prevalent within American evangelicalism about the “nature, marks, and mission of the church.”] Introduction In The Courage to be Protestant, David Wells observes that parachurch ministries are increasingly replacing the church itself. The question is whether evangelicalism itself has […]
Have you ever heard of the doctrine of justification? What’s the best way to summarize the Christian gospel? On this edition of the program the hosts interact with answers to questions like these as they walk through the results of a White Horse Inn survey of approximately 100 Christians.
Covenant Presbyterian Church in uber-hip Los Angeles has started a pet-centric worship service. The linked article says this is something of a mini-trend, crossing denominational boundaries and showing up as “pet blessing” services or “Woof and Worship” services. It’s easy to write this off as just another bad idea that emanates from a failing evangelicalism, […]
In the 1960s, it was virtually inconceivable that a Roman Catholic candidate could win a presidential election and conservative Protestants were at the forefront of the opposition to John F. Kennedy’s campaign. However, in only two decades, everything changed. With the rise of the Moral Majority and concern over a loss of cultural values, particularly […]
The old bumper sticker declared, “God said it. I believe it. That settles it.” Here’s a t-shirt for the less certain among us (ht Inhabitatio Dei)
How can we believe in God when there is so much evil and suffering in the world? Isn’t it arrogant to insist that Christianity is the only true religion? These questions and more will be addressed on this edition of the White Horse Inn as Tim Keller joins the panel to discuss his New York Times bestselling book, The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism.