THIS EVENT STARTS TOMORROW!

Are you, or will you be, in the Chicago area tomorrow and Saturday? Don’t miss this RARE opportunity to see all four White Horse Inn hosts live within driving distance!

All four hosts—Mike Horton, Rod Rosenbladt, Ken Jones, and Kim Riddlebarger—will be recording a live White Horse Inn episode followed by a Q & A session tomorrow Friday, Sept 24, in Palos Heights, IL. On Saturday, Sept 25, you will have the rare opportunity to hear from each host individually (see schedule below).

  • There is still plenty of seating – the Chicago Christian High School Auditorium seats 600.
  • Registration is only $30.00. (Groups of 6 or more only $25.00 and children under 10 are free)
  • This is a RARE opportunity to see all four hosts so close to home – so organize a group of people to head out.

REGISTER ONLINE NOW or by phone at (708) 403-3404

The Sufficiency of Scripture - Live Taping and Conference

Details:
  • When – Friday and Saturday, September 24-25, 2010
  • Who – Mike Horton, Rod Rosenbladt, Ken Jones, and Kim Riddlebarger (ALL FOUR HOSTS)
  • What – The Sufficiency of Scripture live taping and conference: designed to enhance our understanding of what the Sufficiency of Scripture means and doesn’t mean; how it is sufficient for doctrine, life, worship, and outreach.
  • Where – Chicago Christian High School, 12001 S. Oak Park Avenue, Palos Heights, IL
  • SponsorCovenant OPC, 9340 West 147th Street, Orland Park, IL 60462 | ph. (708) 403-3404
  • To register – for the conference and taping please click here.
Schedule:

Friday, September 24, 2010

5:30 – 7:30 PM
Registration & Book Table open

7:30 – 7:35 PM
Introductory Remarks
Rev. Iain Wright

7:35 – 8:30 PM
A live recording of the White Horse Inn,
featuring a discussion of “The Sufficiency of Scripture”
Usual Cast of Characters

8:30 – 9:00 PM
Audience Q & A
Usual Cast of Characters

Saturday, September 25, 2010

7:30 – 8:30 AM
Registration and Book Table

8:30 – 9:20 AM
Session 1: The Sufficiency of Scripture: What it does and doesn’t mean – Sola scriptura (by Scripture alone) isn’t solo scriptura (scripture alone). In other words, the sufficiency of Scripture doesn’t exclude the teachings of the church (such as the creeds). Nor does it mean that Scripture is sufficient for everything in life regardless of whether it actually addresses everything or not. What it does mean is that only in Scripture do we find the authoritative teaching of God’s law and gospel.
Rev. Dr. Rod Rosenbladt

9:30 – 10:20 AM
Session 2: Sufficient for Doctrine and Life – Churches of the Reformation teach the value of creeds and confessions not because they’re on a par with Scripture, but because they summarize Scripture. They stand under God’s Word. While other people and institutions communicate truth and oblige us to obey their commands, the church cannot go beyond Scripture in its doctrinal and moral teachings and the believer must refuse all authorities that add to or take away from God’s Word.
Rev. Ken Jones

10:20 – 11:00 AM
Beverage & Light Snacks – Book Table, Book Signing & Meet and Greet the Hosts

11:00 – 11:50 AM
Session 3: Sufficient for Worship – Many churches still use God’s Word in worship, but do we believe that God’s Word is sufficient for defining the public services? Or do we think that we can worship God however we like as long as we’re sincere? Dr. Kim Riddlebarger

12:00 PM – 12:50 PM
Session 4: Sufficient for Outreach – Methods for evangelism and outreach are always changing, we’re told, to make the gospel more relevant to particular times and places. Of course, there is appropriate sensitivity to our context, but is Scripture sufficient for determining not only what we say to the world but how we say it?
Dr. Michael Horton

REGISTER ONLINE NOW or by phone at (708) 403-3404