On this program the hosts explain why Paul’s letter to the Galatians is a good place to begin in order to understand the basic message of Scripture. In this letter Paul explains the difference between the covenant of grace promised to Abraham, and the national covenant made with the people of Israel at Mt. Sinai. At the heart of this discussion is whether our eternal destiny is determined by our own efforts and law keeping, or by God’s promise to save his people “by grace alone through faith alone on account of Christ alone.”
Entries for January, 2010
Dr. Horton is currently in the Philippines and on the first day after his arrival, he speaks at Febias College of Bible in Valenzuela City, Metro Manila Tomorrow Reformation Philippines presents “Putting Amazing Back Into Grace” at Quezon City Evangelical Church According to blogger Keren – the conference is sold out but you can follow [...]
Reformational Christianity has been characterized as a “Religion of the Book.” Not only does this apply to the highest view of Scripture, but it also means that we publish our thoughts and ideas for the masses to read. The Reformation that swept through Europe in the 16th century was, in large part, fueled by the [...]
What is the book of Galatians about, and what doctrines does it address? We recently put questions like these to students at an Evangelical Bible college, and their answers reveal once again that Christians themselves need to recover Scripture. On this edition of the program, the hosts interact with these on-the-street interviews and explain why Paul’s letter to the Galatians is such a crucially important book to read and think through. The White Horse Inn: know what you believe, and why you believe it!
Five for Friday is an occasional interview series on the WHI blog that features Reformation pacesetters: those who are actively bringing Reformation into their own circles. In this edition, we’re talking to the people behind the Robert Morrison Project, a nonprofit publishing enterprise dedicated to legal publication of Christian books in China. What is the [...]
UPDATE: For those wishing to donate online, try going to the Internet Monk website and click the “donate/paypal” button on the right hand side of the page. UPDATE 2: The correct address to physically send your support is P.O. Box 313, Oneida, KY 40972. At the recent Westminster Seminary California faculty conference, Mike Horton said [...]
Guess what these perks are trying to garner interest for in Hollywood at the end of this month? $10,000 Giveaway Special Movie Preview Screening Two free concerts 15 Round-Trip Vacation Giveaways All-Star Lineup of speakers with a special celebrity guest Nightly Musical Showcases On-Site Training Live Demonstrations Well, the National Church Growth Conference & Expo, [...]
Mike Horton recently talked with R. Scott Clark about his newest book The Gospel-Driven Life on the Westminster Seminary California podcast Office Hours. To listen to the interview and/or to subscribe to the Office Hours podcast, click here. To order the book, check out the WSC Bookstore.
George Gallop has commented that Americans revere the Bible, but don’t read it. In fact, poll after poll, reveals an increasing trend toward biblical illiteracy, not only among those outside the church, but also among those who describe themselves as “born again,” or Evangelical. On this edition of the White Horse Inn the hosts discuss the implications of this disturbing trend as they introduce their new series for 2010, Recovering Scripture.
In a world which is so connected news spreads fast. I got an e-mail notifying me of a 7.0 earthquake very near Port-au-Prince, Haiti just moments after the event occurred. A magnitude 7.0 earthquake is large regardless of where it occurs on the globe, but in the Caribbean I knew it could have devastating effects–this [...]