Getting the gospel out is what the church is called to do in The Great Commission. But how do individual Christians share the gospel with unbelievers be they Muslims or even “Christians” who don’t actually believe? Dr. Horton was asked to address this question in our next Christianity.com video. In this video Mike mentions a […]
Entries for September, 2011
We’re so excited to host our very first Conversation for a Modern Reformation! Already people from five countries and twenty-two states have registered to join Mike, Rod, Ken, and Kim at our Conference at Sea. The cruise will be a working vacation, an opportunity for you to sit down with other Reformation-minded people from around […]
One of our favorite Floridians and Presbyterians (not necessarily in that order) is Tullian Tchividjian, the pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. You’ve heard him on the White Horse Inn and he’s recently featured an interview with Mike on Law and Gospel at his blog. We’re also excited to announce that we are partnering with […]
Christianity.com recently asked Dr. Horton in their video series what is The Great Commission? In a video fitting for this year’s
If you ask contemporary Christians what they think the gospel is, you’re likely to get a number of responses that focus on an individual’s life and testimony. But is the gospel really about what God does for us today? Is the good news we are called to proclaim in the Great Commission chiefly about our changed lives, or about Christ’s life, death, and resurrection? On this program, the hosts tackle this issue as they discuss the implications of Paul’s comments on the “Gospel of God” in 1 Thessalonians 2.
Dr. Horton in this next Christianity.com video discusses a Christian’s “worldview” in terms of our being characters written into the script of God’s drama. This drama then leads to our doctrine, our doxology, and finally our discipleship as Christians in God’s world.
We hear increasingly that we’re entering a post-denominational world. Recently LifeWay researcher Ed Stetzer wrote an interesting post on the value of denominations. Known for his theologically-informed insight as well as research analysis, Stetzer offers some interesting statistics and evaluation on this question. (See Do Denominations Matter? by Ed Stetzer) From my perspective, though, an […]
Mike was on Issues, Etc. on September 15 to discuss the research revealed by religious pollster and interpreter George Barna. Listen to the audio here: Download the audio file(Right click/Ctrl+Click and chose “Save Target As…”or the like)Horton on IE
In our fifth installment of the Christianity.com videos Dr. Horton discusses whether or not God hates some sins more than others, and if so, why. As a result, Mike also talks about the somewhat popular idea that there are different degrees of hell dependent on the severity of one’s sins.
Obviously Christians should be students and readers of the Holy Scriptures, but Mike was asked to name five other books that Christians should read. This discussion is recorded in the fourth video from Christianity.com.